How to use Single Sign-On for WordPress through WebPro

If you’re a website manager or developer working with many accounts, then you know the frustration of having to deal with multiple usernames/password combinations. We’ve developed a Single Sign-On (SSO) function enabling you to access your WordPress website directly from the WebPro interface.

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Using Single Sign-On (SSO)

The WebPro interface allows account owners to give access to their accounts to approved web pros. This, in turn, allows the web pro to log in directly into a linked client account. Follow the directions below to use Single Sign-on for WordPress.

WebPro Dashboard
This is an example of a WebPro’s Dashboard. The WordPress login is on each account that has it enabled.
  1. Log in to the Account Management Panel (AMP).
  2. Once you’re logged into AMP you will either see the normal dashboard or the WebPro interface (if it’s enabled). If it’s not enabled, click on the WebPro icon.
  3. When the WebPro dashboard is displayed you will see entries representing each account that the WebPro can access. If the account has WordPress then you will see a WordPress icon and a labeled as Login as Admin. Click on this link to enter the WordPress Administrator Dashboard.

Congratulations! You now know how to use single sign-on for WordPress through the WebPro interface. To learn more about WebPro, please see the WebPro Product guide tutorials in the InMotion Hosting Support Center.

Arnel Custodio Content Writer I

As a writer for InMotion Hosting, Arnel has always aimed to share helpful information and provide knowledge that will help solve problems and aid in achieving goals. He's also been active with WordPress local community groups and events since 2004.

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