So you have a hosting company, a domain and a basic WordPress website. You’ve picked the perfect WordPress web developer to design your new site. And now that developer is asking for you to give them administrative access to your website.
Wait… what? That sounds intimidating! It does… but fear not. You can do this.
Below you’ll find a guide to show you everything you need to do to set up WordPress access for your web developer in just a few easy steps.
4 Steps To Set Up WordPress Access For Your Web Developer
- Log in to your WordPress control panel using your username and password. If you don’t have this information, contact your hosting company and they should be able to help you out.
- In the WordPress control panel on the left, you will find a “Users” option. Click that.
- Next you’ll want to select “Add New User”, which is found at the top of this page.
- Lastly, you’ll want to enter a user name, email address and passworad for your awesome web developer. Make sure to set their role to “administrator” and click the box to send them an email.
That’s it… By following these four, quick and easy steps, your WordPress Web Developer will have access to your website.