Viewing the contents of a database through cPanel is a useful tool for managing and troubleshooting your website or application. It allows you to see the data that is stored in the database and make any necessary changes. In cPanel, you can use the phpMyAdmin tool to view and manage the contents of a database. In this blog post, we will show you how to view the contents of a database through cPanel.
Step 1: Log into your cPanel account to begin, you will need to log into your cPanel account. This can typically be done by visiting your website's URL followed by "/cpanel" (e.g. "www.example.com/cpanel"). You will then be prompted to enter your cPanel username and password.
Step 2: Scroll down to the "Databases" section and click on "phpMyAdmin" Once you have logged in, you will be taken to the cPanel dashboard. Scroll down to the "Databases" section and click on "phpMyAdmin". This will take you to the phpMyAdmin tool.
Step 3: Select the database you want to view on the phpMyAdmin page, you will see a list of available databases on the left-hand side. Select the database you want to view by clicking on its name.
Step 4: Browse the database tables Once you have selected the database, you will see a list of tables on the left-hand side. Click on a table to view its contents. You can also use the "Search" and "Sort" options to filter and organize the data.
Step 5: Edit or delete data You can also edit or delete data by clicking on the "Edit" or "Delete" buttons next to a specific piece of data. Be careful when making changes to your data as it can affect your website or application.
If you have any questions about a database you have please feel free to contact a member of our team.