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How to Fix Admin Dashboard Access Issues

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Sometimes, logging into your WordPress dashboard can be a pain. You may find that you’re redirected to a different page each time. If this happens to you, try clearing your browser’s cache or restoring your default.htaccess file. If all else fails, check your plugins and themes for any corruption. Admin dashboard access issues are also sometimes caused by errors with the database connection. This can be caused by heavy traffic or corrupted files. If none of these solutions work, contact your host to have the issue resolved.

You can allow more than one designated user to log in to your WordPress dashboard. To do this, navigate to the Appearance > Menus section. Click the Add menu item option and enter your login URL. If the menu doesn’t contain this link, click the Custom Links button in the same area. You can then change the name of the menu to reflect the login URL. When you’re done, click Save Changes. If the issue continues, try logging in and out again.

Alternatively, you can bookmark the WordPress login page so you can easily access it again in the future. You can also add a link to your website navigation menu by going to Appearance > Menus. Select the Edit Menus tab and then click Add Menu Items. Select the option ‘Custom Links’ and add the login URL. Enter the appropriate Link Text and click Save Menu. Your new login URL will be displayed on your site’s homepage.