I followed the tutorial linked below to install phpmyadmin on my test wordpress droplet. However now when you go to the IP address for the droplet /phpmyadmin you can access the login screen for phpmyadmin (shown below). Is there a way to hide this in a sense? I don’t want anyone to be able to go to the IP address for the droplet /phpmyadmin and be able to access it. I followed the instructions in the tutorial on how to secure it so it requires extra login credentials but I still want to hide it in a sense from the public. How can I do this?
PHPmyadmin link: http://184.108.40.206/phpmyadmin/
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