10Web dashboard is a great tool for website management even if you already have a WordPress website hosted elsewhere. This is how to go about connecting your website to 10Web dashboard.
Getting an account
The first step, if you don’t have an account just yet, is to register here.
Then you need to click “Start free month” and input your information in the “Set up your account” page.
Make sure to check the “Terms and Privacy” agreement box and click “Secure checkout.” Now you have an account and will be redirected to your 10Web dashboard.
Connecting your website
Keep in mind that the option of connecting your website is for the case when you already have a website hosted elsewhere and want to connect to manage it through 10Web dashboard. Pick “Connect website” from the three available options:
Now you have two options: Manually, if installing a plugin is not an issue for you and Automatically, if you’d prefer us to do it for you.
Connecting your website manually
Once you’ve picked Manually and clicked Next, you’ll see 3-step instructions on how to proceed. Let’s follow them. Firstly, you need to log into your WordPress dashboard, click “Plugins” and then “Add new:”
Write in “10Web Manager” and, after you’ve found it, click “Install now:”
After you’ve activated it, click “10Web Manager” from the left side menu:
Then click “Connect” and you’re done! You will now be redirected to your 10Web dash and can start effectively managing your website.
Connecting your website automatically
If you’ve decided on Automatically and then clicked Next, you’ll see this window asking you to fill out your WordPress website credentials.
If you have any questions about the security of your information you can click on the questions and find out why exactly you are perfectly safe. Otherwise, filling out these fields is pretty straightforward:
- Homepage URL is the link to access your website,
- WordPress admin username is what you use to log into your WP dashboard,
- WordPress admin password is the password to your WP dashboard.
That’s it! After you’ve filled all of these out, you can click “Add website” and wait for your site to connect. In case you run into any trouble here – though unlikely – you can always just connect manually.
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