WordPress For Beginners – phpMyAdmin Tour and Beginner's Guide – HostGator Tutorial

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WordPress For Beginners – phpMyAdmin Tour and Beginner's Guide – HostGator Tutorial

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No matter what you used to build your website, chances are that it uses a database. This goes for popular CMS systems such as WordPress, Magento, and Joomla.

If you are hosting with HostGator, then what you would use to manage that database is something called phpMyAdmin. phpMyAdmin is a database management tool which makes it super easy to make edits, and just overall manage your websites’ databases.

In this video, Josh is going to take you on a tour of phpMyAdmin, and show you just what makes it so useful and user-friendly.

In this video you will learn:

00:00 – Intro
00:25 – What is a Database?
00:43 – Navigating phpMyAdmin
02:18 – Why phpMyAdmin is so useful
03:45 – Other useful Features

For some more helpful tips on phpMyAdmin, check out our knowledgebase:
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