phpMyAdmin is a powerful PHP-based tool used to handle MySQL databases via a web interface. You could employ it to run MySQL commands, set up, edit and erase cells, rows and tables or handle users with different levels of access to the database in question. Every single one of these tasks can be performed from any device as long as you have a web browser and access to the hosting account where the database is. With phpMyAdmin, you could also export or import a whole database, which is a very beneficial function if you need to migrate an Internet site from one web hosting provider to another. A variety of file formats are supported for the so-called dump file - CSV, SQL, XML and PDF, based on what you want to do - move the content from one hosting account to another, preview an entire database in a spreadsheet app for example Microsoft Excel, etc.

phpMyAdmin in Shared Hosting

We offer phpMyAdmin with all shared hosting service and you will be able to access it from the MySQL Databases part of your Hepsia CP. If you are signed into your website hosting account, you could click on the phpMyAdmin icon, that'll be on the right-hand side of each database you have set up, and you shall be logged in automatically. As an alternative, you could also access a database directly by going to our phpMyAdmin login page and inputting the corresponding details. You'll have the same level of access in both cases and you will be able to carry out all procedures which the software tool supports, so that you can easily import, export or change any of your databases. The direct link can be really useful when a third person, such as a web designer, requires access to a given database and you do not want to give them complete access to the web hosting account.

phpMyAdmin in Semi-dedicated Servers

We provide phpMyAdmin with each and every semi-dedicated server account since our plans support MySQL-driven websites. The tool is integrated in our in-house built Hepsia web hosting Control Panel and if you'd like to modify any database, you simply need to go to the MySQL section and click on the phpMyAdmin icon for a particular database. You'll not need any login credentials due to the fact that you shall be logged in automatically. If you do not 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 webpage in which our system shall require the database account info. If you hire a web designer, for example, you can use that option to permit them to work on your website without giving them access to any files, emails or any other databases inside the account.