How To Create A Duplicate WordPress Database With phpMyAdmin

by | Blog | 23rd April, 2018

All of your WordPress data is stored in a MySQL database. If you find that you want to transfer your website or manually create a backup then you might need to generate a copy of this data. The easiest way to do this would be to clone your database using...

How to Reset a WordPress Password from phpMyAdmin

by | Blog | 4th October, 2017

If you find that you are unable to reset your WordPress password using the ‘Lost my Password’ option on the login screen, then there is another way to reset it from within your WordPress database using phpMyAdmin. First off, you will need to head to the phpMyAdmin icon that is...

How to reset your WordPress Admin password via phpMyAdmin

by | Blog | 8th November, 2012

If, like many of us, you’ve managed to forget the password for your WordPress Admin panel, don’t worry, you can follow our simple steps to reset it through phpMyadmin. Log in to your cPanel account: Scroll down to ‘Databases’ and select ‘phpMyAdmin’: Select your WordPress database at the left, and...