phpMyAdmin Introduction and Create & Open the Database

phpMyAdmin Introduction

phpMyAdmin is one of the most popular applications of the MySQL Database Management System(DBMS). It is an interface to interact with MySQL Database. With this software, you can create, delete, alter, drop, import and export the MySQL database.

Caution: If you work on the local machine than you have to install the XAMPP Application. To work with Database you have to start MySQL option.

How to Create phpmyadmin Database

To create a database in MySQL you have to open the phpMyAdmin interface with its URL.

The URL of phpMyAdmin is looks like “http://localhost/phpmyadmin/index.php” this if you have installed XAMPP in your local machine. In case of live server you have to contact to your web host and ask for phpMyAdmin support.

phpmyadmin Introduction
Fig.1 – phpmyadmin Introduction

Step 1 – You have to click on the “Database” Option. After clicking on the “Database” option then the bellow screen is visible. Then check there is an option “create database”.

phpmyadmin Create Database
Fig.2 – phpmyadmin Create Database.

Step 2 – Now you have to put the name of the database on the block of the Database name. And select utf8_general_ci to another block. After that, you have to click on the create button. Then your Database will be created.

How To Open phpMyAdmin
Fig.3 – Database Creation Method.
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