phpMyAdmin is a free and open source tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL with the use of a web browser. It can perform various tasks such as creating, modifying or deleting databases, tables, fields or rows; executing SQL statements; or managing users and permissions.
Posts about Phpmyadmin
  • What To Do When Your Blog Gets Infected With Malware

    … hackers add new admin accounts or change the emails of existing admin accounts. I checked all existing accounts using PHPmyAdmin which allows me to check/modify database entries. There were no new accounts and existing account info was correct. If you need to do this, chances are you’ll have PHPmyAdmin but exactly how you access it will vary…

    Adam Connell/ Blogging Wizardin Blogging- 53 readers -
  • WordPress Hosting: Migrating to Our Site to WP Engine

    … website to WP Engine. This guide is intended for the beginner who feels much less comfortable finding phpMyAdmin and exporting a copy of the database (as per the WPengine migration guide). A lot of WordPress users simply don’t have easy access to this feature or don’t feel confident enough to go down that route. This process uses WordPress’s XML…

    Richard Baxter/ SEOgadgetin Blogging- 36 readers -
  • 6 Free Plugins to Speed Up Your WordPress Site

    …. It is great for beginner and intermediate users, because it does not require you to go to PHPmyAdmin or do any technical stuff. You can do everything from your WordPress dashboard. WP Optimize helps you de-clutter your database by removing stale post revisions, spam comments, trashed items, and removal of transient options. It can also tell you your…

    Search Engine Journalin Social Google Blogging- 15 readers -