Simply login to your Bluehost dashboard and switch to the ‘My Sites’ tab. From here, you’ll see all the WordPress sites you have installed on your hosting account.
How do I view my WordPress website?
After logging in you are on the main Administration Screen called the Dashboard. This is where the organization of your site begins. At the top of the screen is the area called the toolbar. Click on your site name; it’s a link and it will take you to a view of your new WordPress site.
Why is my WordPress site not showing up?
Most of the time, problems related to WordPress changes not showing on your site have to do with caching issues (browser caching, page caching, or CDN caching). The fix is to clear the cache causing these issues, making sure both you and your visitors are seeing the most recent version of your site.
Does WordPress show who views?
Provided you are logged in when visiting, your own views are not recorded on any public blog you registered. Our stats are page view stats. Please do not assume that everyone who clicks a like button actually reads the post on your blog because odds are they may not.
Why can’t I find my WordPress site on Google?
Step 1: Check WordPress Settings for Search Engine Visibility. … You can check this by going to Settings » Reading page and scrolling down to the Search Engine Visibility option. Make sure to remove the check mark from this option, so search engines can crawl your website.
What is wrong with WordPress?
Some of the most common WordPress errors include general syntax errors, RSS feed errors, and the infamous “white screen of death” – where you see just a white screen and no message – which can cause more confusion than an error message itself.
Why is WordPress theme not displaying correctly?
The issue may also be that your new theme caused configuration changes leading to display errors. To counter this problem, refresh your links from the permalink settings (in WordPress). The problem may also be your Admin Dashboard plugin. So, try to update or replace and see if that fixes the problem.
What’s the difference between views and visitors on WordPress?
A view is counted when a visitor loads or reloads a page. A visitor is counted when we see a user or browser for the first time in a given period (day, week, month). So if 1 person reads 3 posts on your site, that would be counted as 1 visitor and 3 views.
Can I see who visited my website?
Each time someone visits your website the Google Analytics Network report saves information about their network service provider in its data log. This information can then be used to show who has visited your website by identifying the visitor’s company name.
How can I check my website visitors?
Use the below tools to find traffic data, that is number of visitors to a website: SEMrush – any website. SimilarWeb – any website. Alexa – any website.
- SEMrush – Any Website. …
- SimilarWeb – Any Website. …
- Alexa – Any Website. …
- Google Analytics [For Site Owners] …
- Quantcast [For Site Owners]
How do I access my domain control panel?
- Log into your Account Center.
- Click the blue ADMIN button associated to your server.
- Hover your cursor over the desired site slot and click MANAGE SITE.
- In the left-menu, click Domains.
- Click the MANAGE button associated to your domain.
- That’s it! You will now be in the control panel for your domain.
How do I find my website?
To determine whether your site is already included in Google’s search index, simply do a quick site search using your site’s homepage URL (for example, a site search for Wix would take the form of site:wix.com). If the search results display pages from your website, then your site is indeed on Google.
How do I log into my cPanel website?
You can login to your cPanel using the address bar of your browser. Type in your website address followed by a colon and then 2083. Accessing your cPanel would look like this https://yoursite.com:2083. You can also log in to your cPanel by typing in /cpanel after your website address.