phpMyAdmin is a highly efficient PHP-based software tool used to manage MySQL databases through a web interface. You could employ it to run MySQL commands, create, change and erase cells, rows and tables or handle users with different levels of access to the database in question. Every one of these tasks may be done from any device given that you have a browser and access to the Internet hosting account in which the database is. With phpMyAdmin, you can also export or import an entire database, which is an extremely helpful function if you'd like to migrate an Internet site from one web hosting provider to another. Many different file formats are supported for the so-called dump file - CSV, SQL, XML and PDF, dependant upon what you would like to do - move the content from one web hosting account to another, preview an entire database in a spreadsheet application for example Microsoft Excel, and so forth.
phpMyAdmin in Shared Hosting
phpMyAdmin is part of each and every Linux shared hosting service that we offer and it is accessible via our in-house built Hepsia CP. A tiny phpMyAdmin icon will be shown on the right side of every database which you set up inside the MySQL Databases section of the Control Panel and by clicking on the icon for the database that you want to access, you'll be logged into the app instantly in a new tab of your browser. Then you can do anything you'd like - export the entire or a part of the content, import a database, run SQL queries, search and replace terms. If you don't want to employ the Control Panel, you shall also be able to sign in using a direct phpMyAdmin login page, but you need to know the database account information. The last feature is beneficial if you have to give access to a database to a third-party.
phpMyAdmin in Semi-dedicated Servers
We supply phpMyAdmin with every semi-dedicated server account due to the fact that all our packages support MySQL-driven Internet sites. The tool is included in our in-house built Hepsia hosting Control Panel and if you'd like to change any database, you just have to go to the MySQL section and click on the phpMyAdmin icon for a specific database. You won't need any login credentials as you will be logged in automatically. If you don't want to employ your CP or you need to give access to any database to another individual for some reason, you'll also have an alternative option - to navigate to our phpMyAdmin direct login page in which our system will require the database details. If you hire a web developer, for example, you can use this option to enable them to work on your site without giving them access to any files, email messages or any other databases inside the account.