If your domain name has propagated, you can visit your wordpress admin dashboard by adding /wp-admin to the end of your Wordpress location. For example, if your domain name is domain.com and you have WordPress as your main site, then it would be domain.com/wp-admin If you have your wordpress set up under a subfolder named 'blog' then it would be domain.com/blog/wp-admin.
If you are using the temp URL, you would use the same method (/wp-admin), but only after you have made the changes to your WordPress to work with the Temp URL.
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