Changing the Admin password in PHP-Nuke
Managing a CMS like PHP-Nuke will require you to be able to change passwords for your users. This article will explain how to change the Admin password in PHP-Nuke.
Steps to change the admin password
- Log into your PHP-Nuke Dashboard.
- Click Edit Admins.
Important! If you click the Edit Admins link and you get an "Illegal Operation" error, it is because you have to Edit Admins as the "God" user. When you initially set up your PHP-Nuke program you will want to set the admin username and real name to God to prevent this.
- Click the Modify Info icon. See image to the right.
- Type your new password.
‹Section 2: How to login to the Administrator System in PHP-Nuke
›Section 4: How to reset your admin password for PHP-Nuke
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Getting Started: PHP-Nuke
Installing and logging into PHP-Nuke
|1.||How to Install PHP-Nuke with Softaculous|
|2.||How to login to the Administrator System in PHP-Nuke|
|3.||Changing the Admin password in PHP-Nuke|
|4.||How to reset your admin password for PHP-Nuke|
Managing Users and Languages
|5.||How to register a user in the PHP-Nuke admin area|
|6.||How to modify and delete users in PHP-Nuke|
|7.||How to Change the Language Used in PHP-Nuke|