Mass Delete WordPress Comments using a plugins

Using phpMyAdmin for deleting comments from your WordPress site may be too complicated for some of some, so we suggest to take a look on the following...Read More

Mass Delete comments using phpMyAdmin

Open your hosting cpanel, then scroll down to Database Tools and select phpMyAdmin In the new page that opens select your database Scroll down the pag...Read More

Create And Attach Database User In CPanel

Log into your cPanel dashboard. Locate the Databases icon from your main cPanel page and click on the MySQL Databases icon. Once inside the database a...Read More

Restore Database With CPanel

  Login to your cPanel. Under the files section, click on Backup. Under Restore a MySQL Database, click on Choose File.Next navigate in the file ...Read More

Access CPanel Through Your Browser Address Bar

Visit the the following URL to get to your cPanel login: Note! Replace the term with ...Read More

How to Create a MySQL Database in cPanel

Log into your cPanel. Click the MySQL Database Wizard under the Databases heading. Next to New Database enter a name for your database and click Next ...Read More

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