PhpPgAdmin is among the most popular instruments for managing PostgreSQL databases. It's user-friendly, at the same time powerful and you'll be able to perform any action you want to - export, import and edit each cell, row or table within a database; grant, revoke or modify the permissions of a certain user; execute SQL queries and much more. If you wish to have a backup copy of a PostgreSQL-driven site, for example, or relocate it to some other hosting provider, you'll be able to export your entire database in a format of your preference - SQL, CSV, XML, XHTML and many others. With phpPgAdmin, you will have full control of your databases and anything connected with them. The instrument was in fact intended as the PostgreSQL equivalent of phpMyAdmin, however nowadays the two have very little in common when it comes to the interface.

phpPgAdmin in Shared Hosting

PhpPgAdmin is available with each and every Linux shared hosting plan that we provide and you will be able to log in to it and handle any PostgreSQL database automatically or manually. For the first option, you have to log in to the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel and head to the PostgreSQL section where you'll see a phpPgAdmin icon next to each of the databases that you've set up. Clicking on the icon opens a new browser tab and you'll be logged in automatically. For the second option, you will need to visit the phpPgAdmin login page and submit the database credentials. This choice allows you to give access to a web designer to work on any of your websites while your other website content, email messages and private info continue to be unavailable since they won't go through your Control Panel.

phpPgAdmin in Semi-dedicated Servers

We provide phpPgAdmin with all of our Linux semi-dedicated plans and you're able to use it to control any PostgreSQL database which you set up through your Hepsia web hosting Control Panel. Every time you create a new database, a phpPgAdmin button will appear beside it, which means that with only a click you'll be able to sign in to the tool and check out the content of that particular database. You will not need to enter any username or password provided that you sign in through your hosting account, but if you prefer to sign in manually or to provide accessibility to a database to another person, you'll also have the option to do this. This way, in case you take care of the account but the company IT person handles the web content, for instance, he can work on your site without accessing any email messages or some other private details.