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MySQL: How do I enter/edit my password for mySQL?
You can change the MySQL password with the site owner panel.

First you need to login to the panel:
- Login to your account at EchoEchoPlus.Com.
- Click "Site Owner Panel" in the right menu.


The first time you create a database you also need to set a mySQL password for your account.

1: Login to the site owner panel.
2: Click the "MYSQL DATABASES" link in the left menu.
3: Click the "Change Password" link at the top.
4: Enter a password (twice) and click "Save".

You should note that the password used for mySQL databases isn't the same as your main log in password to your hosting account.

This means that you can create applications that can log on to your databases without leaving your main user ID anywhere on the server.

For security reasons, it's a good idea to use a different password for MySQL than you have for FTP to your site.

Last update: 12.07.2009, 21:19
Author: EchoEcho Support

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