1. Log into your WordPress Dashboard.
  2. Hover over your username, then click Edit My Profile.
  3. Scroll down and type your New Password.
  4. Scroll down to the bottom and click Update Profile.

How to Reset Your WordPress Password from the WordPress Login Screen

  1. Go to your WordPress Login screen.
  2. Click Lost Your Password?

  3. Enter the email address associated with your WordPress login.
  4. Click Reset Password.
  5. An email is sent to the email address you entered. Click on the confirmation link inside that email.
  6. Type in a New Password.
  7. Click Save.

How to Reset Your WordPress Password Through phpMyAdmin

Important: Caution is recommended when using this method to reset your password. It is a good idea to backup your database before making any changes through phpMyAdmin. Note that neither 60 labs nor WordPress are responsible for any issues that occur as a result of you making manual changes to your database.

  1. Log into your Control Panel.
  2. Go to MySQL Database.
  3. Select the database associated with your WordPress website (skip this step if you only have one database).
  4. Click Access phpMyAdmin.
  5. Locate and click on the Users table in the left column.
  6. Click Browse.
  7. Click Edit for the WordPress user you want to modify.
  8. Change the Function for user_pass to MD5.
  9. Change the Value for user_pass to your desired new password.
  10. Click Go.

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