Logging Into PhpMyAdmin From Cloud Sites

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When you create a website on Cloud Sites control panel using Linux technology, setting up a database for that site will use PhpMyAdmin as the MariaDB database handler for your site. If you haven't set up a database in Cloud Sites, see our article 'Creating a Database in Cloud Sites'.

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  1. After logging into the Cloud Sites control panel, navigate to the Databases section.
CloudSites Login to PhpMyAdmin
  1. Open the database details by clicking on the database name you want to log into.
CloudSites Login to PhpMyAdmin
  • Once the database details open, click the link listed in the Online Manager section of the database details.
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    CloudSites Login to PhpMyAdmin
  • PhpMyAdmin will open in a new window. Enter your username and password and click Go to log into PhpMyAdmin.
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    CloudSites Login to PhpMyAdmin
  • You are now logged into PhpMyAdmin and can administrate your database.
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    CloudSites Login to PhpMyAdmin
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