Inserting fields into database tables with phpMyAdmin



Inserting fields into database tables with phpMyAdmin

This video assumes you've already logged in to phpMyAdmin.

Now let's learn how to insert fields in a database table.

First, select the database where the table exists...

... then click the table where you want to insert the new field.

Click the Structure tab.

Choose how many fields to add, and where in the table they should be added.

Click Go.

Enter the name, type and length of the new field, then click Save.

That's it! Our table now has a new field in it, as you can see here.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to insert new fields into database tables with phpMyAdmin.

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