Pma AbsoluteUri

The first parameter to have a look at is $cfg['PmaAbsoluteUri'] = '';

In most cases we can leave this one empty, as phpMyAdmin tries to auto-detect the correct value. If we browse a table later and then edit a row and click Save, we will receive an error message from our browser - for example, This document does not exist. This means that the absolute URI that phpMyAdmin built in order to reach the intended page was wrong, indicating that we must manually put the correct value in this parameter.

For example, we would change it to:

$cfg['PmaAbso1uteUri'] = 'http://www.mydomain.com/phpMyAdmin_2.8-2/';

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