How to Manage your Files and Database without cPanel license? [STEP BY STEP]☑️
Here in this blog you will learn how to manage files and database without cPanel license. To upload and manage files to your web server, you can use FTP client like FileZilla. If you want to access phpMyAdmin directly from your domain, you need to install phpMyAdmin on your hosting account. This method will create you a link to access phpmyadmin directly from your domain.
Before getting started you can watch here short video on “How to manage Files and Database without cPanel license?”
Follow the steps below to install phpMyAdmin on your domain:
Step::1 Download the latest stable version of the PhpMyAdmin software from https://adminer.org
Step::2 Click on the Adminer 4.7.6 link to download and save the file on your computer.
Step::3 Rename the Adminer 4.7.6.php file to anything like phpmyadmin.php so that your URL will look something like this: http://www.yourdomainname.com/phpMyAdmin.php.
Step::4 Upload the downloaded file into public_html directory of your hosting account and place it at the exact location where you would like to access the software. For example, if you want to access it from http://www.yourdomainname.com/phpmyadmin.php then upload this file in public_html
Note: To upload files to your web server, you can use FTP client like FileZilla. You should now be able to access phpMyAdmin directly from your domain.
Step::5 Visit http://yourdomainname.com/phpmyAdmin.php in your web browser. (Replace www.yourdomainname.com with your actual domain name.)
Step::6 You will be prompted to enter your MySQL user name, password and Database name(You can find all this details in wp-config.php file). You can even use cPanel username and password in the Username & Password field.
Once you have entered your credentials, it should take you straight to phpMyAdmin interface.
Another way: Direct link/URL to access phpMyAdmin without installing software
If you have root access, you should be able to access it by visiting the following link in your browser: http://www.yourdomainname.com:2087/3rdparty/phpMyAdmin/index.php
Make sure you substitute yourdomainname.com with your actual domain name.