The wp-config.php file stores data like database connection details, table prefix, paths to specific directories and a lot of settings related to specific features.
This tutorial will walk you through the process of changing your Database prefix on an existing WordPress installation. You’ll need FTP/SFTP/SSH Access to your server where WordPress is installed, as well phpMyAdmin Access, presuming you use a host with CPanel, or alternatively, MySQL Terminal Access.
Making one’s website or blog is like an everyday habitue and encountering Error Establishing a Database Connection is a problem for all web lovers.
This is a really frustrating error. What have you tried that seemed to work for you? We would be happy to expand on this resource, so others do not have to waste as much time finding a solution.