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Managing MySQL databases with PHPMyAdmin in cPanel

Using the utilities in cPanel to add and maintain your MySQL databases makes the job a lot easier. In this tutorial video, we’ll show you how to use the PHPMyAdmin utility.

The video will start with the assumption that you have logged into cPanel. If you don’t know how to do that, please watch the tutorial video pertaining to that. In this video, we will be navigating away from the main portion of cPanel into the database utilities. All the utilities are located underneath the databases tab in the main panel. In particular, we’ll be using the PHPMyAdmin utility. We will teach you how to load an SQL file from the local machine into a test database. You’ll also learn how to save tables from this file onto your computer as well. This video will also cover the help functions for both PHPMyAdmin and MySQL if you ever get lost.

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