Ever needed to check some data in one of your WordPress database tables, but don’t have PHPMyAdmin available? Now you can easily query your data and export it in HTML, XML, CSV, SQL (insert statements) and JSON formats with a simple plugin.
There are other options, for example you can write your own ‘where’ and ‘order by’ clauses, and pagination is built-in. You can also see the complete query run against your database. And you can even save queries with custom names, so if there are queries you use a lot they are only a click away.
/wp-content/plugins/directory, or install from the Plugin browser
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Can I delete my data?
Yes, it is possible to delete or modify data using the custom query, ‘Where’ and ‘Order by’ boxes. Be careful.
Who can export the data?
Only people with export permisions – the people who can run your WordPress export file.
Fixed deprecated jQuery API calls.
Fixed styling of pagination links. Tested with WordPress 5.3.2.
Fixed deprecation error messages.
Tested with WordPress 4.7.
Added UTF decoding, as per suggestion by @darktek (https://wordpress.org/support/topic/exporting-into-csv-character-error/)
Added unit tests for output methods
Enabled plugin to handle non-standard plugin folders. Tested up to 4.2.
Added functionality to save queries with custom names
Rewrote much of the plugin
Reconfigured the UI
Added Spanish translation (thanks to Andrew at http://www.webhostinghub.com/)
Fixed load_plugin_textdomain() call so translations will work properly.
Fixed incorrect $wpdb->prepare() call.
Fixed SQL for column names which are keywords.
Fixed incorrect link for CSV download. Changed table cell styling. Removed pagination links for custom queries. Removed SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS in custom queries.
Added the ability to run custom queries, and export the results. Also added nonce security (thanks to Julio from Boiteaweb.fr). Added Plugin Register.
Initial version committed.