Topics To Follow And Use To Create Database For WordPress

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In order to make your web browser more effective and attractive you may install WordPress in it. However, there are a few specific instructions and topics to follow if you want to make the most out of installing WordPress database and create the best user account. A few of these topics that you should essentially know about and how to use these are:

  • Plesk
  • com’s custom cPanel or LPCP
  • The cPanel
  • phpMyAdmin
  • MySQL Client
  • DirectAdmin

Once you know about these and use each of these as and when required you will find that creating the most effective web browser is not at all difficult.

Using Plesk

The Plesk hosting control panel will be most helpful to you when you wish to manually install WordPress. Simply follow the instructions below:

  • Log in to Plesk to create a database
  • Click Databases in the Custom Website area on the website and domains page of your website and
  • When the Plesk panel highlights the Custom Website box with the databases button click on Add New Database.

You may change the name of the database if you want and make sure you provide credentials to create database user. Once done, click OK to finish.

Using cPanel

If you are supplied with cPanel control panel by your hosting provider, create your WordPress data base and username following these instructions as you may find in the Using cPanel page:

  • Log in to the cPanel
  • Click MySQL Database Wizard icon located under the Databases section
  • To create a database enter the name of it and click on Next Step
  • To create database users enter the user name of the database along with the password that must be strong and click Create User
  • To add user to database click on the All Privileges checkbox and then on Next Step and finally
  • Complete the task note.

Make sure that you take a note of the values of username, hostname, database name, and of course the password you have used.

Using LPCP

The LPCP or Lunarpages.com’s custom cPanel is a specific version of cPanel that is created by Lunarpages.com. In order to use this to create a WordPress database you must:

  • Log in to the account
  • Go to the control panel
  • Click on the button marked ‘go to LPCP’ on the left panel
  • Go to MySQL Manager and
  • Add the username as well as the database name leaving the host name as its default IP number.

Keep note of the IP address of the database that is marked on the right. This is different from the default IP number of the host. If you modify the wp-config.php file, you will need to host this DB IP number and not the ‘local host’ and make sure that the full username and database name.

Using phpMyAdmin

If the web browser is installed with phpMyAdmin there are few specific instructions to follow to create your WordPress database and username. If your computer has Linux distributions then you can install phpMyAdmin automatically.

Keep in mind that these instructions that are appropriate for phpMyAdmin version 4.4 may have a different interface as compared to other versions of the phpMyAdmin. If the database relating to WordPress do not have a database dropdown already existing on the left side of it you will need to create one first following these steps:

  • Choose a name for the WordPress database opening with your username and an underscore
  • Enter the chosen name for your database in the Create database field and
  • Choose the most suitable collation for your encoding and language.

Once you are done creating the database dropdown the following steps are necessary along with making a few notes:

  • Clicking on the phpMyAdmin icon on the upper left side to return to the main page
  • Clicking on the Users tab next
  • Clicking on Add user
  • Choosing a username for WordPress
  • Entering it in the User name field selecting it from the dropdown
  • Choosing a secure and strong password containing upper and lower case letters, symbols and numbers
  • Entering the password in the Password field
  • Reentering it in the Re-type field and
  • Clicking Go.

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Make sure that you write down the chosen username and its password and leave all the options available under the Global privileges as their defaults.

Using MySQL Client

You can use MySQL Client to create users and databases easily and quickly by running it from the shell. A particular syntax will appear with a dollar sign which will be your command prompt. All you have to do is enter the password and write your queries. It will show different things depending on your query such as:

  • The root as the admin username
  • The hostname that will be typically of a local host.

You will need to write down these values but make sure that you do not write it on the system itself. Things that you need to take note of include the value used for WordPress username, database name, hostname, and the password along with your wp-config.php file.

Using DirectAdmin

If you are a regular user of a single site web hosting account then you can log into it normally and then click on MySQL Management. If you cannot see this button then you will probably need to update your package to activate it.

In this MySQL Management you must click on Create new database. Here you will be asked to provide two suffixes for your database and the username. In order to ensure maximum security make sure that you use 4 to 6 random characters of different sets.

  • Next the password field will generate a password of 8 characters using the Random button. You may also add more characters to it if your wish to ensure more security.
  • Click on Create and the screen will summarize it all such as the username, the database, the password and the hostname. For future reference make it a point to save these on a text file.

Does it sound complicated to you. Well, there are always experts like RemoteDBA.com who are ready to help you in this matter.

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