open http://localhost/wordpress/wp-admin/ ➚
When you access
localhost/wordpress/wp-admin in a web browser, you are typically trying to log in to the WordPress administrative dashboard for a local WordPress installation.
Let's break down the URL:
localhost: This refers to the local machine, and it's often used during development to test websites locally before deploying them to a live server.
wordpress: This is the directory or folder where the WordPress files are installed. If you're accessing a WordPress site locally, it's common to set up a directory like
localhost/wordpress/to contain the WordPress files.
wp-admin: This is the path to the WordPress admin area. The WordPress admin area is where you can log in and manage various aspects of your WordPress site, including creating and editing content, managing users, and configuring settings.
Putting it all together,
localhost/wordpress/wp-admin is the URL you would use to access the WordPress admin login page for a local WordPress installation. If you haven't logged in yet, this URL will typically take you to the login page where you can enter your username and password to access the WordPress dashboard.
It's important to note that the actual URL structure can vary based on your specific setup and configuration. If you have installed WordPress in a different directory or if your local server is using a different port, the URL may be adjusted accordingly.
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