- Step 1 - Click PHP and database settings in the control panel
- Step 2 - Open the database in phpMyAdmin
- Step 3 - Click Databases
- Step 4 - Click the database name
- Step 5 - Drop the selected tables
- Step 6 - Confirm dropping tables
- Step 7 - Done!
Note: Before you delete tables from your database, we recommend you to make a backup.
Step 1 - Click PHP and database settings in the control panel
- Log in to the One.com control panel.
- Click PHP and database settings on the Advanced settings tile.
Step 2 - Open the database in phpMyAdmin
Open the database where you want to delete tables in phpMyAdmin, by selecting it.
Tip: If you want to remove a WordPress installation, you can recognize the database by the WordPress icon next to the name.
Step 3 - Click Databases
In phpMyAdmin, click Databases in the menu at the top of your screen.
Step 4 - Click the database name
Click the name of the database, in this guide one_example_support.
Step 5 - Drop the selected tables
- Select the tables you want to delete by checking the box.
- In the drop-down menu, choose Drop.
Are you removing a 1-click WordPress installation?
You can recognize the tables you need to delete by the prefix. If you installed WordPress on the subdomain "blog" then this will be the prefix. If you installed WordPress on the root of your domain the prefix is "www".
Step 6 - Confirm dropping tables
Check if you are dropping the correct tables and click Yes to confirm.
Step 7 - Done!
That's all. The tables are now deleted.