PhpMyAdmin is still your favorite MySQL database admin tool, right? RIGHT? Say no more, let's add it to Laragon.
Download The Latest PhpMyAdmin
Download it from https://www.phpmyadmin.net/downloads, extract the archive to the
C:\laragon\etc\apps (if you use the default laragon installation directory) and name the folder as
And restart the laragon's apache server to take effect and make sure the MySQL server is started.
Access the PhpMyAdmin
Now when you click the
Database button in laragon,
It will open the browser and direct you the phpmyadmin login page.
In case you forgot, The DEFAULT credential for login to mysql is using
root as username and leave the password blank.
Tell me if this article is so helpful and helped you fix your problem in the comment below.
Top comments (5)
wow thanks en
How do you know what the password is?
Nevermind, found out. In a fresh install of Laragon, username is root and there is no password for the database.
yes, that's the default credential for mysql. thanks for mentioning this, I've added it to the post in case someone wondering about this too.
Thanks, my problem solved