How to reset WordPress admin password

Auto-Install Applications > Wordpress
Using the Lost Password option (When you have smtp authentication enabled)

1. Open your WordPress administrative login page – it is usually located in 

2. Click on the Lost your password? option, fill out the username or email address > Get New Password


3. Log into your email account, which is set as your administrative WordPress contact. You can find the email message with the password reset URL there, click on it: 

4. Enter your new strong password twice on the opened page > Reset password

Reset the password via the database

If Lost your password? confirmation emails do not arrive, or if you have no access to the email account linked to your administrative dashboard, you can reset your password via MySQL database:

1. Log into your cPanel > section Files File manager and navigate to the document root of your WordPress website: 

2. To check what database is used for your WordPress website, open the wp-config.php file located in: 

3. Go to cPanel > Databases section > phpMyAdmin

4. Select the database in question, table wp-users and click on Edit next to the admin user:

5. On the next page, type in your new strong password into the user_pass box, select MD5 in the Function column and click Go

You can now go back to the WordPress dashboard page and try to log in with the new password.