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In this article, I’m using the term “SQL” rather loosely. Technically speaking, SQL is the language used for accessing a relational database. You can use other languages or techniques for accessing the data. When people argue “SQL vs NoSQL,” they’re actually talking about relational versus non-relational databases. That’s what I’m talking about here: Relational databases (such as Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server) versus newer non-relational databases (such as MongoDB, CouchDB, BigTable, and others).

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Few days ago, we ran into an issue where a user’s site got hacked and their admin account was deleted from the database. This locked them out of their site without any other entry. We went in to the phpMyAdmin and created a new admin user to grant them access. In this article, we will show you a step by step guide on how to create an admin user in WordPress Database via MySQL.