Managed WordPress is designed to be easy to use, so you shouldn't need to enter your account's back-end. However, if you do, we give you access to:
SSH access is available only to Business and Professional Managed WordPress plans.
You cannot change this password.
You can use this information to connect to your account using a third-party FTP client, such as FileZilla. For more information, see the Connecting to Your Hosting Account with FileZilla section of FileZilla: FTP settings to upload your website.
We recommend using your hosting account's IP address (more info) as the host in your FTP client.
When you connect, some FTP clients place you in the root of the server. From there, enter the home directory, and then access your username's folder.
Your website's files are in the html directory.
Managed WordPress connects using sFTP over port 22. You cannot use non-sFTP (i.e. FTP) connections.
You can use this information to connect to your account via SSH using an application like PuTTy (Windows) or OpenSSH (Mac/Linux).
Managed WordPress customers do not have root-level access to their accounts.
To log in to phpMyAdmin, click the phpMyAdmin Url, and then log in using the provided credentials.