But, just because the blog is loaded with meaningless text doesn’t mean it will take a lot of work to get it up and running. Now’s the time to login to your WordPress installation and start making changes. To get into your backend (where you make all your changes), you will use the following URL:
If you have a directory in which you’ve installed your blog, make sure to put it in the URL between the domain name and the “wp-admin” part, like this:
Use the login information you were given to login to the blog on this page. If you’re on a private computer, I recommend you save the password, or better yet, use a tool like Roboform. Once you have 10-15 blogs up and running, it will be much harder to keep track of all those passwords (and it’s a bad…

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