How to Access My SiteWrench Site
It is quick and easy to access SiteWrench to edit your site. All you need is:
- Your SiteWrench subdomain (if your site is not yet launched and live to the public)
- Your site's URL (if your site is live and launched)
- Your email and password
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My Site's Not Launched Yet
If you have an active project with our team and you are currently in the process of building your site, then you will receive a subdomain to access your SiteWrench site. We often refer to this as the "development site."
Here's an example of a subdomain: myURL2017.sitewrench.com. All you have to do is put /admin at the end of that URL, like so:
This will take you the Username and Login screen where you can enter in your credentials and access SiteWrench.
I don't know my username and password
No problem, your project team can help you with that! Email your project manager and they can supply your login credentials. They might ask that you sign up for a FREE SiteWrench Training Session before they give you access to the site. This will enable you with the basic knowledge you need to update your site's content. Sign up for a free training session here.
My Site Is Launched
If you have a current site with us that is live and launched, then all you need is your URL. For instance, we might have a site at myURL.com. All you have to do is put /admin at the end of that URL, like so:
This will take you the Username and Login screen where you can enter in your credentials and access SiteWrench. If you are already logged in, you will likely be taken straight to the Dashboard of SiteWrench.
If you are unsure of your login credentials, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know your site's URL, your email, and your name.