How to change wp-login URL – Secure WordPress

How to change wp-login URL – Secure WordPress?

Today we (TechEduTricks.com) are going to discuss How to change wp-login URL to other? (How to change wp-login URL – Secure WordPress?). After install WordPress your login URL must be yourdomain.com/wp-login.php or yourdomain.com/wp-admin. You must change this login links. if you keep it same people will try to login to your dashboard and it’s very dangerous for you.

change wp-login URL – Secure WordPress?

How to change wp-login URL – Secure WordPress

The most common and probably easiest way to change your WordPress login URL page is by using a free plugin like WPS Hide Login, which more than 800k users actively use.

The plugin is very lightweight, and more importantly, it doesn’t change any files in core or add rewrite rules. It simply intercepts requests. It’s also compatible with BuddyPress, bbPress, Limit Login Attempts, and User Switching plugins.

Only you have to do download the WPS Hide Login plugin and activate it,

  1. Click on WPS Hide Login from the Settings tab in your right-hand sidebar.
  2. Add your new Login URL path in the Login URL field.
  3. Add a specific redirect URL in the Redirection URL. This page will trigger when someone tries to access the standard wp-login.php page and wp-admin directory while not logged in.
  4. Hit Save Changes.
WPS Hide Login


WPS Hide Login is a very light plugin that lets you easily and safely change the url of the login form page to anything you want. It doesn’t literally rename or change files in core, nor does it add rewrite rules. It simply intercepts page requests and works on any WordPress website. The wp-admin directory and wp-login.php page become inaccessible, so you should bookmark or remember the url. Deactivating this plugin brings your site back exactly to the state it was before.


Danushka Sanjeewa

Danushka Sanjeewa is a Software engineer with more than 5 years of experience in Android App Development, Web Development, Marketing, Graphic design, Video editing, and WordPress. And also Writer/Founder of TechEduTricks.com.

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