MySQL 5 Databases
See why virtually every site on the internet now utilizes MySQL databases and just how they work.
MySQL is one of the most widely used database administration systems in existence. A database is a set of cells with information which are organized in tables and the administration system is the piece of software which links the data to a script app. As an illustration, a forum stores all usernames, avatars, posts and so on within a database and every single time a website visitor opens a particular thread, the forum script connects to the database and “calls” the content that ought to be shown on a certain page. MySQL is very popular due to its superb functionality, simplicity and the fact that it can work with a lot of popular scripting languages including PHP, Python, Perl, etcetera. All dynamic websites that are built with a script-driven application require some form of database and some of the most popular ones like Joomla™, Moodle, Mambo and WordPress work with MySQL.
MySQL 5 Databases in Shared Web Hosting
Creating or modifying a MySQL database will be very simple with each one of our Linux shared web hosting packages
. That can be carried out through our feature-rich Hepsia CP through which you can set up or remove a database, set up a backup copy with only one click or use the highly efficient phpMyAdmin tool in order to modify cells and tables or import a whole database if you are moving a script-driven Internet site from another service provider. You could even enable remote access to any database in your account and select from what IP addresses the connection will be established, in order to ensure the safety of your information. Should you decide to take advantage of any of the script platforms that we offer you with our script installer, you'll not need to do anything as our system will set up a whole new database and link it to the website automatically. If you encounter any problems to manage your databases, you can examine our help articles and video tutorials or communicate with our tech support team.