Hello: I am a novice, and a frustrated one at that. Maybe the server i use isnt very good (awardspace.com), but i wanted multiple blogs and created 2 subdomains. I had received support info. from WP as follows:
** MySQL settings ** //define(‘DB_NAME’, ‘xxxxx’); // The name ofthe databasedefine(‘DB_USER’, ‘xxxxx’); // Your MySQLusernamedefine(‘DB_PASSWORD’, ‘xxxx’); // …and passworddefine(‘DB_HOST’,’xxxx.awardspace.com’); // 99% chance you won’t need to change this value// You can have multiple installations in one database if you give eachaunique prefix $table_prefix = ‘wpi4f_’; // Only numbers, letters, andunderscoresplease! // Change this to localize WordPress. <br>
Okay, fine, but in the MySQL db it won’t let me add a table (although I did assume this would occur auto. if i changed the wp-config.php file), and the wp-config.php file has NO $table prefixes already set up (in other words, I would not be adding text for a 2nd table, only creating .php text which I DO NOT know how to do, for a new table prefix).<br>
the WordPress tutorial gives these instructions:
$table_prefix = ‘main_’;
$table_prefix = ‘projects_’;
$table_prefix = ‘test_’;<br>
Okay, but would I enter this info. into the wp-config.php file AFTER the define fields? Because right now there are no $table_prefix (this text is completely absent). But there are about 14 fields with the same table prefix in MySQL…but I don’t know how to populate another table prefix. Can someone help?
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