How to install your own phpMyAdmin and manage databases

If you have problems using the default phpMyAdmin in your cPanel, you can install your own phpMyAdmin and access it using your domain name by following these steps: Download latest version of phpMyAdmin from the official link: Download Upload it inside your public_html folder either through FileManager (recommended, since we’ll have to access FileManager in […]

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Admin password reset through phpMyAdmin – WordPress

There are times when we forget our username password combination and the forgot password link doesn’t send you a password link on the email specified due to hosting limitations or some other reason. That is when this method is helpful. What we do here is, access the back-end of our WordPress installation and set up […]

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Unable to edit wp_options in phpMyAdmin

This fix is for issues where you’re unable to make changes to specific tables of your WordPress database (the same logic can be applied to other scripts as well). Basically, you do not see the following options while viewing your database tables through phpMyAdmin: This issue occurs due to missing PRIMARY and UNIQUE key’s in […]

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