WordPress is the most popular content management system. It controls close to two-thirds of the global CMS market shares, powers about 40 percent of the websites on the internet, and 14.7 percent of the world’s top websites.
Managing multiple websites’ hosting accounts could be overwhelming—it requires you to memorize their usernames, passwords, and login URLs.
This article guides you on how to log in to multiple WordPress accounts from one place.
Let’s get started
Log in to the Spanel account with your admin login credentials.
A successful login takes you to the Spanel Dashboard—an all-in-one Scalahosting’s control panel that allows users to manage their hosting accounts.
Click ‘List Accounts’ under Account Management on the dashboard’s left panel or under ‘Quick Links’ to access all the websites you’re managing.
Locate the one you want to log into and click on the blue-colored ‘Action’ button.
Click ‘Login’ to access the website’s hosting account.
Spanel will redirect you to the website’s hosting account. The account offers you an intuitive interface to manage the website from one place.
It allows you to create and manage emails, access your email account through webmail, set up email autoresponders, activate SpamAssassin to filter junk emails, and manage email forwarding.
The other things you could do on the account include:
- Creating and managing databases.
- Changing the password, managing language and contact, and requesting features.
- Setting up subdomains and managing the DNS.
- Creating, editing, and managing website’s public files—website pages.
- Backing up and restoring website files.
- Managing disk usage.
- Installing and updating SSL certificates.
- Setting up and managing Cron jobs.
- Installing and managing WordPress installations.
Wrapping It Up
You can manage multiple website accounts using single admin access. This guide just described a straightforward way to go about it. Follow the quick steps to get started.
You could also get quick help on logging in to a single account and WordPress backend.