We all know by now that if you are a fan of WordPress site, you probably have multiple blogs hosted within the same account. This is something we recommend to our clients.
You can do this if you change your password, or reset your password. This is pretty much free, just go to your dashboard, and click the ‘Delete Files’ button. This will delete the WordPress files you had stored on your PC before installing WordPress. But how do you do that without losing data?
Easy, do a one-time password reset for the entire WordPress installation using a WordPress extension.
I am using WordPress on my own website, and I am setting a new password for my WordPress account. What do I need to do?
A key command will reset your password.
To use this command, you need to log into your WordPress admin dashboard. Go to the ‘Advanced’ section of the dashboard, and click the ‘Run Command’ button. You can use a keyboard shortcut to run a command.
For example, if your username is ‘devamrick’, the command we will run is ‘phpmyadmin reset passwords’.
After you have run this command, you will have a pop-up box saying “Thank you for using the official WordPress repository”, and once you enter your password, you will be resetting your password for your entire WordPress site.
So now, do you think you can restore your WordPress site if you lose your credentials? The reset password command will reset the password, and you can return to your old account if you are sure you did not lose any data.
How do I reset my WordPress site without losing data?
For those who are looking for a one-time password reset for WordPress, there are a number of third-party plugins that can do it.
Each of the plugins comes with a useful set of options, and the chances of losing data should be pretty minimal, depending on the password type you choose, and of course, you should save a copy of your passwords in a secure place.
So, what type of password should I use?
As I said before, I used ‘wp-reset-password’ to do my reset, but I am sure it will work with different password types as well.
How do I reset WordPress passwords?
To reset a password, use a WordPress plugin that is available for free. Each of these plugins will do a one-time password reset for you, without losing any data.
Also, this may require you to set up your password for WordPress, which is a one-time password reset.
With this setup, you can reset all your passwords without losing any data. Of course, you will need to create a password for WordPress to use this one-time password reset. You can choose your own password. That’s why we also recommend using a password manager like Last Pass.
It does not matter how you set your password, it will be securely stored on your PC, and you can log into your WordPress account whenever you need to reset a password, without any risk of losing data.
If you have multiple WordPress accounts within the same account, then you will have multiple passwords. One password is only used to reset a password within the same account, and it’s important to remember that. If you do not have an appropriate password for one account, you can lose all your sites and content.
Checking which plugin is the best one for resetting passwords for WordPress?
Just follow the step-by-step instructions in this tutorial, and I will show you how to set up a simple password reset for WordPress.
Reset WordPress without losing data
I reset my passwords for all my sites, and that was easy. It took me only about 5 minutes. Do you think I can use this for all my blogs?
I personally have multiple WordPress blogs, and it’s difficult to maintain them all at the same time. If I lose my credentials for any one of my sites, then it’s really difficult to return, without losing any data.
So, I do not use the plugin ‘WordPress plugin for resetting passwords’ because it does not work in WordPress WordPress itself, which is a hassle. If you are looking for a plugin that does this one-time password reset for WordPress, then you should consider the one-time password reset plugin for WordPress in our plugin store.