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phpMyAdmin – cPanel

Learn how to use phpMyAdmin in cPanel. The phpMyAdmin is a third-party tool to manage tables and data inside a database. It is a graphical user interface to manage MySQL databases. You can manually create Tables, Import and Export Data, or edit the values of a row through it.


Video tutorial – use phpMyAdmin – cPanel


Step-by-step tutorial – use phpMyAdmin – cPanel

  1. phpMyAdmin

    Login to cPanel.
    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or the direct link.

    Find the Databases section and click the phpMyAdmin link.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - phpmyadmin

  2. phpMyAdmin Interface

    The Left pane
    there is a list of databases, which can be expanded to see the table in each database.
    The Right pane
    there is general information on the Database server.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - phpmyadmin

  3. Database structure

    Select the database from the left pane by clicking over the name of the database.
    Once the database is selected, it will show you the structure of the database.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - phpmyadmin

  4. Browse Database

    Once you have selected a database, you can browse each table by clicking the Browse link besides the table name while in the Structure view, as shown in the picture above.
    The Browse view displays rows of data within the database (if applicable).
    You can also navigate through the rows of data by clicking the > or >> buttons or choosing a page number from the drop-down box.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - phpmyadmin

  5. Additional information

    phpMyAdmin has many features, and documenting all of them is beyond the scope of this tutorial.
    For more information about phpMyAdmin, please visit http://www.phpmyadmin.net.


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