How to login to the Administrator System in PHP-Nuke
Published: Mar 13, 2013
Last Modified: Mar 22, 2013
The login for the PHP-Nuke Administration System requires that you have an administrator user name and password. You will also need to know the URL to login to the Administrator. The following article takes you through the steps to login to the back end for PHP-Nuke.
How to Sign into the Administration System for PHP-Nuke
- Open your internet browser and go to the URL for your Administration System - typically it will be in this format: http://domainname.com/admin.php.
- Type in your super user name in the Admin ID field and then click in the Password field to type in your password.
- Click on the LOGIN button to login to the Administration System.
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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|
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