I’m having a horrible hate-hate relationship with my current full site domain host. I’m looking for the love and there is little or none left.
One of my main whines is the eight clicks it takes me, with two windows which open in new windows, to get to my database where WordPress is installed. I don’t need to get in there often, but it’s a serious pain when I do. One day recently, it took me 45 minutes of clicking clicks and dancing between open windows to finally login and get access to the database. It kept booting me out, forcing me to login after every command, and…well, it was a nightmare.
Then I found Silpstream’s WP-phpMyAdmin WordPress Plugin. I uploaded it to my full version WordPress site, activated it, and within seconds and definitely fewer clicks, I was able to visit my phpMyAdmin panel from inside of WordPress. In its very own panel in my Administration Panels.
I could search and replace, optimize the database, do whatever I needed to do, and never leave WordPress. No more interminable clicks and pop-up windows! Awesome.
For full version WordPress blogs with serious WordPress tweakers, this is invaluable. Thank you, Chris at Silpstream!
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