How to Delete Your WordPress Account on Another Website
Are you tired of having a WordPress account on a site that you don’t even visit? Do you want to delete it but don’t know how? Don’t worry, you can delete your WordPress account on another website without any problems. In this article, we’ll tell you exactly how to do it.
Find The Account’s URL
The first step to deleting your WordPress account is to find the account’s URL. You can do this by going to your WordPress dashboard and navigating to your Profile page. When you’re on your Profile page, you’ll see a small box with your account sign in information at the top of the page.
If you want to delete your WordPress account from this profile page, click on the small box and a popup will appear. In the popup, you can enter the username and password for the WordPress account that you want to delete. After you sign in, you’ll see the account’s URL at the top of the page.
Login To The Account
Now that you have the account’s URL, you can login to it and confirm the settings. If everything is correct, click on the Confirm button at the bottom of the page.
From here, you can change your password and click on the Update Profile button at the top right of the page.
Delete The Account
Once you’ve confirmed your settings on the other website, you can click on the delete link at the top of the page. This will delete your account and shut down the WordPress site. You can always come back and login to the account from here if you need to access your content or other features. Deleted accounts can’t be recovered. If you really want to delete your account, you should do it from the original site.
Repeat For All Accounts
If you’ve created other accounts on different sites, you can follow the same steps above to delete them. Just be sure not to delete the account for the site where you originally created it. You should only delete accounts for other sites if you’ve confirmed that the settings are correct and you want to delete them. Otherwise, they would lock you out of your own site.
Secure Your Content
One of the main issues with having an open WordPress account is that anyone can post and edit content on your site. While this may not pose a huge security risk for your site, it’s always a good idea to put a content lock on your site. This will prevent anyone from editing or replacing any of your content without your permission. You can use a free tool like ContentGuard to easily set up a content lock for your WordPress site.
Reset Your Login Credentials
If you’ve recently changed your login credentials for your WordPress account and you’re currently logging in from a different site, you’ll need to reset them. To do this, you can go back to the original site and click on the Forgot My Password link at the top of the page. This will open a new window and direct you to the Reset Password page. Enter your new email address and click on the Reset Password button.
Once you’ve successfully logged in with the new credentials, you can click on the Welcome to X login link and you’ll be redirected back to your original site. From here, you can log back into your account and all your content will be as you left it.
That’s it! You now know how to delete your WordPress account on another site. If you ever want to come back and access your content, you can always log back in from here.
Hopefully, this article gave you enough information to successfully delete your WordPress account on another site. If you ever want to share your story or ask any questions about deleting your account, feel free to reach out to us through our Contact page.