Updating database with phpmyadmin

Working with databases can be a complex and confusing process.

Fortunately php My Admin provides an easy to use and easy to understand interface to administer your database(s).

If you’ve ever installed Word Press, you know that every Word Press website consists of two parts: The core files and a My SQL database.

The most frequently used operations are supported by the user interface (managing databases, tables, fields, relations, indexes, users, permissions, etc), while you still have the ability to directly execute SQL statements.There are mainly two reasons for this issue in your Word Press blog.In case the problem is still there for your blog, then “check all” the tables from the wordpress database and select “Check Table” from the option list. Here is the screenshot for “Check Table” option, I hope that the problem related with your wordpress blog resolved by this time or you will have to restore the WP_Options table from previous backups.Coming to your rescue is a web-based My SQL front-end — php My Admin — that helps you manage your site user accounts by performing actions directly on the database.The tool is integrated with all the major domain control panels (c Panel, Plesk, Vista Panel, etc.) and, when not present, it can be installed on your server via Fantastico or Softaculous (automated script installers that come with a domain control panel).

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