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Change WordPress Password in Database

Change WordPress Password in DatabaseThere are many reasons to change WordPress password in database. The most obvious reason for you to change your WordPress password in the database is because you’ve forgotten it and standard recovery methods do not work.

Fortunately, it’s an easy task to change your WordPress password in the database.

What You Need to Change WordPress Password in Database

  • cPanel or Plesk credentials
  • If multiple databases in your hosting account you will need to know the database of your specific site, which can be found in your wp_config file

How to Change WordPress Password in Database

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How To Test WordPress Install On Dedicated IP Without Pointing Domain

This is a quick walk through of how to test WordPress install on a dedicated IP without pointing domain or DNS. When should you test a WordPress install prior to pointing your domain? Anytime you migrate a WordPress install to a new server and don’t want to risk any down time due to issues discovered after the sometimes lengthy DNS propogation. This same method can also be used on shared IPs, but the instructions vary slightly for most hosting service.

How To Test WordPress Install On Dedicated IP Without Pointing Domain

*Note that this is for a quick test. If you’re going to leave your install in a staging environment … Read More