Updating password mysql

You will now see the list of tables in your Word Press database.Now you need to look for the ‘_users’ table in this list and click on the ‘Browse’ link next to it.If you liked this article, then please subscribe to our You Tube Channel for Word Press video tutorials. My SQL Tutorials My SQL Tutorial - Changing Your Own Password By: (Continued from previous topic...) How To Change the Password for Your Own User Account?In the older version, Word Press used MD5 hash to encrypt passwords.

However, if you don’t have access to the email address, or your Word Press site fails to send an email, then you will not be able to reset your password.

Having said that, let’s see how you can easily reset a Word Press password from php My Admin.

If you don’t want to watch the video tutorial, then you can continue reading the text version below: First you need to login to the c Panel dashboard of your Word Press hosting account.

Your password will be encrypted using the MD5 hash and then it will be stored in the database. You have successfully changed your Word Press password using php My Admin.

Now some of you may be wondering why did we select the MD5 hash to encrypt the password.

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Next, you need to click on the php My Admin icon under the database section.

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