Step 1: Login to your HostRipples cPanel and Select PHPMyAdmin
Click on the PHPMyAdmin Icon in your cPanel.
Step 2: Select the Database
Select Databases at the top of the screen and then click on your WordPress database.
Step 3: Select the wp_users table.
Click on the wp_users table.
Step 4: Edit the admin user.
Click edit next to your WordPress admin username.
Step 5: Set the new password
n the user_pass column, select MD5 and type in the new admin password. Hit GO when you are done.
Step 6: You’re Done!
Your wordpress admin password has been reset.
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