This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

My Tables


Displays table information of your WordPress Database.

Helpful in tracking:

  • Whether your newly installed plugin created new tables.
  • How many records exist in each tables.
  • Monitor the Collations or Storage Engines.
  • Table prefixes.
  • Full list of tables within your WordPress database.

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  • List of tables under your WordPress Database.


Method #1

  • Go to your WP Admin > Plugins > Add New page.
  • Search for “My Tables”.
  • Click install. Click activate.

Method #2

  • Download this plugin as a .zip file.
  • Go to WP Admin > Plugins > Add new > Upload Plugin.
  • Upload the .zip file and activate the plugin.

Method #3

  • Download the file
  • Unzip the file on your computer.
  • Upload folder my-tables (you just unzipped) to /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  • Activate the plugin through the WP Admin > Plugins menu.

Click on how to install a WordPress Plugin for more details.


How does it work

It reads the database table status and prints out the basic useful information.
The page is accessible to admin users only.

Is it safe?

Yes. It only displays the basic information like table names, auto increment values, and number of rows and table comments.
And it is available to admin users only within wp-admin.


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“My Tables” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • Sizes per table added.
  • Banner image added


  • Documentation improved.
  • Initial release.