Inserting Fields into Database Tables with phpMyAdmin

To insert fields into database tables in phpMyAdmin, first login to phpMyAdmin and then follow this guide.

1. Select the database on the left hand side which contains the table where you wish to add the fields.

2. Click on the table in the left hand side that you wish to add fields to.

Note: You can add fields at the beginning and end of a table or after an existing field.

3. Enter the positon in the table of the new field (remember to select the correct field in the drop down, if you wish to add the field after an existing one.)

4. Click 'Go' and then enter the details of the new field and click 'Save' when finished.

Note: For further help with phpMyAdmin click the 'Question Mark' icon on the left hand side.

Note: For further help with SQL click the 'SQL' icon on the left hand side.

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