- Open the “Settings” menu to access the deletion option.
- You can easily delete a WordPress.com blog via the dashboard.
- Click “Delete Site” in the dashboard to remove all WordPress.com site content and references to your domain from the web.
- In cPanel, click “Switch” to find the configurations for your domain.
Completely Delete WordPress In Two Steps
How to Delete Your WordPress Account or Blog
After you’ve finished your WordPress installation, go to My Site and then Upgrades. Select a domain from the drop-down menu and click on it. On the Domain Settings page, scroll down to Change Site Address. Fill out the new address you want to use in the input field (with first part of your current site address as a placeholder).
Open phpMyAdmin from your hosting control panel. From the list that appears, click on the Databases link and then the database you wish to modify. You’ll see a list of tables in that database now.
To turn off Notify Me On, go to the Settings menu then choose Notification e-mails. This is where the plugin enables you to manage all WordPress notification emails, including auto-updates. Simply scroll down to the auto-update settings and uncheck the box next to the notifications you don’t want to receive.
Go to Settings » General and change the ‘Email Address’ option. Don’t forget to save your changes. WordPress will now store your new admin email address.
The login password storage in WordPress is quite safe. The passwords are encrypted and kept in the WordPress MySQL database. The password to the WordPress MySQL database, on the other hand, is stored in clear text in the wp-config. php file.