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Access the MyWebsite Editor

For MyWebsite packages

Learn how to access the MyWebsite editor and begin making changes to your MyWebsite package.

This article is divided into an explanation of the two ways to access the MyWebsite editor: Logging in Directly using the login link on the site and launching the editor From the 1&1 Control Panel.
Logging in Directly
Step 1
Type the domain name for your MyWebsite into the URL text box of your browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.). The URL bar is located at the top of your browser
The URL bar is located at the top of your browser
Step 2
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the Login link.
The Login link is located at the bottom-right of the page
The Login link is located at the bottom-right of the page
Step 3
Enter your 1&1 Control Panel password into the text box and then click the Login button.

The password prompt will appear at the bottom of the page
The password prompt will appear at the bottom of the page
Step 4
You will be logged into the editor and can start editing your site!
The editing options are now present on the page
The editing options are now present on the page

From the 1&1 Control Panel

Step 1
Log in to the 1&1 Control Panel using your Customer ID OR domain name and your password.

If you have only one package, you will land on the Administration page. If you have more than one package, select the package in question to reach its Administration page.

Package Overview
Package Overview

Step 2
Click the Edit Website link under the MyWebsite section of the Control Panel.
The Edit Website link is located under MyWebsite
The Edit Website link is located under MyWebsite
Step 3
Click the Domain you wish to work on.
The clickable domain link is located under Edit MyWebsite
The clickable domain link is located under Edit MyWebsite
Step 4
A new window will open with your MyWebsite project so that you can start making changes!
The editing options are now present on the page
The editing options are now present on the page
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