To add a new admin with full access to the WordPress backend, follow these optimized steps:
Step 1: Log in to your WordPress website
Access your WordPress admin area by entering your website’s URL followed by “/wp-admin” in the browser’s address bar. Enter your login credentials to log in.
Step 2: Navigate to the Users section
Once logged in, locate the “Users” section in the WordPress dashboard’s left-hand menu. Hover over it, and click on “Add New” from the options.
Step 3: Fill in the user details
On the “Add New User” page, provide the required information for the new admin:
- Username: Choose a username for the new admin. (Nopalito Network)
- Email: Enter the new admin’s email address.(email@example.com)
- First Name and Last Name: Enter the name of the new admin. (Nicolette Gomez)
- Website: This field can be left blank.
- Password: Generate a strong password or manually enter one.
- Send User Notification: Check this box if you want WordPress to send the new admin an email with their login details.
Step 4: Assign user role
Under the “Role” section, select the “Administrator” role from the drop-down menu to grant full access to the new admin.
Step 5: Save the new user
Once you’ve provided the necessary information and assigned the role, click the “Add New User” button at the bottom of the page.
Step 6: Notify the new admin
If you checked the “Send User Notification” box in Step 3, WordPress will automatically send an email to the new admin’s email address, containing their login details and a link to the WordPress login page.
Step 7: Verify admin access
To ensure that the new admin has full access to the WordPress backend, log out of your current session and attempt to log in using the credentials of the newly created admin. If successful, you should have access to all the administrative features.
Remember to exercise caution when granting full administrative access. Provide such privileges only to trusted individuals to maintain the security and integrity of your website.