What's phpMyAdmin? What is its function? Why will your websites need it?
phpMyAdmin is an innovative tool which will allow you to manage MySQL databases. It is coded in PHP and provides you with an easy to work with web interface to: create, remove or modify database cells, rows and whole tables. Less experienced users could employ the tool to import or export a database with several mouse clicks in a number of formats - XML, SQL, CSV and PDF, and that is the fastest and the simplest way to move a script-driven site from one Internet hosting company to another, as most of the data of this sort of a site is kept in a database, not in static files. More knowledgeable users can access quite a few advanced features like running MySQL statements or controlling the privileges of database users. phpMyAdmin is among the most popular MySQL management systems on the market.
phpMyAdmin in Shared Hosting
We provide phpMyAdmin with all our Linux shared hosting
and you shall be able to access it from the MySQL Databases part of your Hepsia Control Panel. If you're signed into your web hosting account, you should click on the phpMyAdmin icon, that'll be on the right-hand side of each database you've set up, and you will be logged in immediately. Alternatively, you may also access a database directly by going to our phpMyAdmin login page and typing in the corresponding account info. You shall have the same level of access in both cases and you shall be able to complete all operations which the software tool supports, so that you can effortlessly import, export or modify each of your databases. The direct link can be extremely useful if a third person, like a web designer, requires access to a particular database and you don't want to give them full access to the hosting account.
phpMyAdmin in Semi-dedicated Servers
We offer phpMyAdmin with every semi-dedicated server
account since our packages support MySQL-driven websites. The tool is integrated inside our in-house built Hepsia hosting Control Panel and if you want to change any database, you simply need to go to the MySQL section and click on the phpMyAdmin icon for a certain database. You won't need any login credentials since you'll be signed in automatically. If you don't want to go through your CP or you want to give access to any database to another individual for whatever reason, you shall also have an alternative option - to visit our phpMyAdmin direct login page in which our system will require the database account info. If you hire a web developer, for example, you can employ this particular option to enable them to work on your website without giving them access to any files, emails or other databases inside the account.