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    Hi all - just joined and wondered if anyone can help!

    I own a website that generates conveyancing quotes based on information the end user puts in. When the EU presses submit, the site checks the database and returns accurate quotes.

    I am setting up a new site that I want to be able to do exactly the same. I have full cpanel access to my exisiting site and can easily set up the new sites front end, but have no idea how to copy the database paramaters from the exisiting site - I am a complete newbie to PHP and mysql databases etc and any guidance would be much appreciated!

    I hope this post makes sense!

    Thanks

    Mike

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    If you have cPanel, you should have phpMyAdmin. It has a copy database feature.

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    Thanks for the reply - I will have a look and let you know if I can do it!!

    Mike


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