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.
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CloudSites Login to PhpMyAdmin
  1. Open the database details by clicking on the database name you want to log into.
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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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