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  • Shazza

    (@shazza)


    Hi
    I am new at this,know nothing about PhP etc…
    in accidentaly installed phpMyAdmin on my blog’s root directory, now each time i acces my blog, it takes me to the phpMyAdmin login page.

    I have tried to create Another folder where i can instal phpMyAdmin, hoping it will reverse the first action, but end up having 5 root directory as phpMyAdmin homepage…

    ANY HELP PLEASE

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  • whistler2020

    (@whistler2020)

    to have your blog located at your root directory you need to have a file named index.php which contains….

    <?php
    session_start();
    /* Short and sweet */
    define('WP_USE_THEMES', true);
    require('./wp-blog-header.php');
    ?>

    make sure there are no spaces outside the <?php ?>

    if wordpress is installed in a folder then you need to add the folder name to the link

    Shazza

    (@shazza)

    It was initially fine, i fiddled around and messed things a bit, on my index.php the phpMyAdmin site and a lot of gibering appears, i have used the folder’s name to the link
    this is how it now looks like
    http://www.nonhlanhla.com/shazzasblog

    Shazza

    (@shazza)

    thanks that worked, but now the readme and licence files still refer to phpMyAdmin, if i tried to upload these anew would it work?

    whistler2020

    (@whistler2020)

    i see two different setups….wordpress in the folder and a main site at the root…so phpmyadmin is no longer an issue?

    what exactly are you trying to do now?

    Shazza

    (@shazza)

    i just used your earlier advise and it worked, wordpress is the main site, but when i look into the Licence and Read file it still makes reference to phpmydamin, should i worry about that? or just leave it as it is.
    the entire folder was messed up, i have just rectified the index.php

    whistler2020

    (@whistler2020)

    i think that your index.php file has gone missing

    Shazza

    (@shazza)

    Sorted now
    all i had to do, was to delete all the other phpMyAdmin files… and now its all good

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