Yep, I typed my domain in wrong when installing WordPress on my droplet via SSH. I can’t get into wp-admin or anything because the IP address redirects there and takes me to URL not found.
How do I correct it?
(For the same reason, Let’s Encrypt SSL was not installed, which I would like solved too.)
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In addition to what has already been mentioned, as this is a brand new WordPress installation and you still have not made any changes, an alternative approach here is to delete the Droplet and create a new one.
You can also check this question which was previously posted here in our community.
I’ve posted an answer which you may find useful.
You can do a couple of things here.
You can define your domain in your wp-config.php like so:
Update database with wp-cli
There is another way and it is to update your Database using wp-cli. WP-CLI is the command-line interface for WordPress. You can update plugins, configure multisite installations and much more, without using a web browser. To install it, you just need to run the following:
Once you have it installed, you can run the following command to change your WP_HOME And SITEURL
Recreate your Droplet
You can also recreate your Droplet if the above tasks are too much for you.
Let’s encrypt can’t be installed if you don’t give a valid e-mail address.