When you install a WordPress plugin, it creates relevant files, folders and database tables for you. However in some cases, the plugin database tables may not be automatically erased when you remove or uninstall the plugin. This article will show you how to delete a table in MySQL using phpMyAdmin via cPanel.
Under the Recent tab, locate the WordPress database:
Look through the list of tables and select the table you want to remove. check the box next to the tables you want to remove and click the Drop link next to the red button on the same row:
A confirmation message will be displayed to confirm the delete operation. Click Ok to confirm the delete process:
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