In the following manual we will show you all the functionalities and options configurable in your WordPress installed using SWPanel.
It is important to mention that all these features and options that will be shown below, only work in WordPress installations made through SWPanel, for this, you can consult our manual: How to install WordPress on your hosting.
info ⚠️WordPress installations performed via FTP migrations, plugins or other ways are not compatible with the WordPress management functionalities provided from SWPanel.
Log in to SWPanel and go to the Dashboard of your Hosting service, using the Services Finder or from the Active Services Tree (side menu).
Then go to the section MANAGE WORDPRESS, you will find the following options:
-Log in to WP-Admin: Log in to the admin area of your WordPress automatically with the admin user.
-Change Password: Change the admin user password to a new one assigned to you.
info This can be useful if you have forgotten the password to access the admin area of your WordPress and if you need access.
-Reinstall Wordpress: Perform a reinstall of WordPress from scratch.
danger ⚠️You must keep in mind that all your web files will be deleted as well as the database linked to WordPress. So it is recommended that you make a backup copy of the data in case you need it in the future.
-Delete Wordpress: Perform a complete uninstallation of WordPress on the hosting.
danger ⚠️You must keep in mind that all your web files will be deleted as well as the database linked to the wordpress. So it is recommended that you make a backup copy of the data in case you need it in the future.
Website name: Determine the name of the website, this name is displayed in the browser tab or other parts of the web.
Description of your website: You will be able to write a short description of the website, this is displayed in the browser tab or other parts of the website.
Select the WordPress language: You can change the language of the administration area of your WordPress.
Configuration of mail sending from Wordpress: It will be automatically configured to send mail via SMTP, using the email account created at the time the WordPress was installed.
For the security and integrity of WordPress, the assigned email account can only be editable from this section. It is also possible to select another existing email account in your hosting, from where the emails will be sent, you can do it by checking the option "Check if you want to change the account for another existing one ".
Administrator name: Determines the name of the administrator user within the WordPress administration area.
WordPress admin email: Determines the email of the WordPress admin user, you will be able to access the WordPress administration area with this email.
Login nickname: Determines the username of the administrator, you will be able to access the WordPress administration area with this nickname.
Access password: You will be able to modify the password of the administrator user.
info Only the WordPress version will be updated, installed plugins will not be updated.
info These data are necessary when accessing the WordPress database.
info These data are necessary when accessing the WordPress FTP.
Ready, now you know all the features and configuration options of your WordPress installed via SWPanel!