PhpPgAdmin is among the most popular instruments for controlling PostgreSQL databases. It is intuitive, yet powerful and you will be able to execute any action you need - export, import or modify any cell, row or table within a database; grant, revoke or modify the permissions for a certain user; execute SQL queries and a lot more. When you would like to have a backup of a PostgreSQL-driven website, for instance, or move it to a different hosting supplier, you'll be able to export your whole database in a format of your liking - SQL, CSV, XML, XHTML and so on. With phpPgAdmin, you will have complete control over your databases and everything connected with them. The tool was initially meant to be the PostgreSQL equivalent of phpMyAdmin, however these days they have little in common in terms of the interface.

phpPgAdmin in Shared Website Hosting

In case the Linux shared website hosting that you select works with PostgreSQL databases as standard or you install them as an upgrade, you'll be able to use phpPgAdmin to manage them. The software tool can be used from the PostgreSQL section of our custom-made Hepsia website hosting Control Panel and it takes just a single click to sign in to any of your databases. This happens automatically in a new tab of your web browser, and if you want to allow access to a database to another individual, you can give them the login credentials for the particular database and they'll be able to use our direct phpPgAdmin login page. This way, a web designer or a service IT person can work on a certain site without accessing any other thing inside your shared website hosting account - files, email messages, private details, etc.

phpPgAdmin in Semi-dedicated Hosting

We supply phpPgAdmin with all of our Linux semi-dedicated hosting and you'll be able to use it to take care of any PostgreSQL database you create through your Hepsia website hosting Control Panel. The moment you make a new database, a phpPgAdmin button will show up next to it, so with just a click you'll be able to log in to the application and check out the content of that specific database. You won't have to enter any username or password as long as you log in through your hosting account, yet if you'd like to sign in manually or to allow accessibility to a database to some other individual, you'll also have the option to do that. This way, if you take care of the account and the company IT person manages the web content, for example, he'll be able to manage the site without having access to any e-mail messages or any other private data.