> After creating our database, we need tables where we are going to save our data in the form of rows and columns.
> The type of data that goes into each field is defined by declaring what type of data the field is to hold i.e Integer, variable character and also the maximum number of characters the field will hold.
> Let us for example create a table called users and have its outlook like this;
> In this case, we make the id field a primary key of reference which is updated automatically every time new data is inserted to this table.
> The password field password is modified to hold at least 32 characters for each of its fields, since we are going to use md5() encryption method(to store password in encrypted format).
Example - MYSQL Create Table Users
mysql_query("CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS users
(id INT(6) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
username VARCHAR(16) NULL,
email VARCHAR(16) NULL,
passowrd VARCHAR(32) NULL,
)ENGINE=MyISAM DEFAULT CHARSET = utf8") or die(mysql_error());