My phpMyAdmin seems to be a bit broken and I wonder whether it’s down to being it confused about passwords or permissions etc. It doesn’t provide any feedback when I create a database or add a table to that elusive database - excect to say that it appears to create a table by virtue of then not stopping you from adding a table to it. The sidebar only ever says NEW and if I click Refresh, the progress wheel never finishes and never retrives anything. Basically half of the GUI seems to play ball and half doesn’t.
There’s nothihng in the site yet that I wouldn’t mind just deleting from history and if a clean start is the best way with this, then fine. I have deleted cookies for InfinityFree, but there is no change.
Delete the database, create it again.
Enter phpMyAdmin and create a new table.
Once the table has been created, switch to the INSERT tab and add the data.
There is a s also the possibility that phpMyAdmin is down.
Trouble is, I’ve deleted several databases with a view to starting again - to no avail. I’ve tried to enter phpMyAdmin in a new session by virtue of having closed the tab and even moving to another local PC to enhance the effect, but it makes no difference. I remember from years ago that phpMyAdmin is not always that forgiving - in exactly this way. I also notice that the core parameters file isn’t available to be able to tweak stuff in the way that I used to when testing locally (localhost). I need a refreshed instance of phpMyAdmin ideally.
Oh, ok on the sidebar issue. Not sure what I’ve seen then, but I might be mixing it up with another hosting service that I’m trying out. I suspect that I’ve already tried the breadcrumbs route, but I make sure of that and ytake it from there. Thanks for the help