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WordPress is a powerful platform for creating websites and blogs. But if you want to make changes or customize your website, you need to know how to access the back end of your WordPress website. Knowing how to find your WordPress database name is the first step in doing that. In this blog post, we’ll discuss what a database is and explain why you might need to access it, as well as how to find your database name in a few easy steps.

What Is a Database?

A database is a collection of information stored on a server. When someone visits your website, the server sends out data from the database that corresponds with the request made (i.e., what page they asked for). A web hosting company will create databases for websites when setting up their servers. Each website has its own unique database name so that it can differentiate between them and pull up the right content when requested.

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Why Would You Need To Know Your Database Name?

You may never have a reason to access your WordPress database directly, but there are times when knowing the name of your database can come in handy. For example, if you’re trying to troubleshoot an issue on your site or move it from one host to another, knowing the name of your database can save you time and help you get things working quickly again. It’s also useful for backing up or restoring your site in case something goes wrong.

How To Find Your Database Name?

The easiest way to find out what your WordPress database name is by logging into cPanel (the control panel provided by most web hosting companies). Once logged in, look for “MySQL Databases” and click on it. This will take you to a page where all of the databases associated with your account are listed (including any databases associated with other websites or applications). The name of each database should be clearly labelled so it should be easy to identify which one belongs to WordPress – just look for “WordPress_” at the beginning of each one’s title (for example “wordpress_production”). Once you’ve identified which one is yours, simply copy and paste its name into any text editor so that you have it handy whenever needed!

Conclusion

Knowing how to find your WordPress Database Name isn’t essential knowledge but having it handy can save time if/when issues arise with your website or when moving or backing up data from one place to another. It’s important that users understand what databases are used for and why they would need access them before attempting any changes themselves—but once understood finding the correct information becomes much easier! With these simple steps outlined above—logging into cPanel, finding MySQL Databases, looking for “wordpress_” at the start of each title—anyone can quickly locate their WordPress Database Name without too much effort or hassle!

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