How do I access phpMyAdmin?

Posted by Daniel on April 22, 2006

phpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP that allows you to administrate your MySQL databases. You can execute SQL statements, work with fields (add, edit, delete), work with tables (create, alter, drop), create additional databases, and much more. phpMyAdmin is intended for advanced users. Most PHP scripts will automatically setup the database for you, so you probably won't need to use phpMyAdmin.

Access phpMyAdmin directly at:

You can also access it from within Slamdot. From the dashboard, choose a domain. Click the Advanced tab and click the databases link. Click the phpMyAdmin button on the right. Input your username and database password to continue.

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