How to find the database of the WordPress website page, potentially knowing only its title?

Hi all. Faced with such a problem.
Made a new company website to replace the old. Everything went OK and the project was closed. But when I uploaded it, I uploaded it to a virtual server removing a part of the old site - the bottom on WordPress. From this bottom left just the base and a second virtual server that gives only a few php errors.
Now we wrote the customer, they say, we had a page of "legal information" on the old site and we would its content be transferred to the new. I believe the page content remains in the database. Is it possible to write the query in phpMyAdmin, which will be held for all tables, with search phrase "legal information"?
July 2nd 19 at 18:03
2 answers
July 2nd 19 at 18:05
Well, go into phpMyAdmin, select the database from home, click on Search, enter a search phrase, select all tables and forward.
damn did not know. I am stupid in backend - Arely.Casper commented on July 2nd 19 at 18:08
July 2nd 19 at 18:07
On account phpMyAdmin'you can't tell, but You can easily do the following:
1. Export database to SQL file
2. Open the file in any editor
3. Press Ctrl+F or F3
4. Enter the string to search for
5. Looking for... And if we find - we see the person ID or some other information identityyou the desired page.

Most likely, the base is quite small and is easy to implement.

Also, similar functionality (search across databases) there are many programs to work with databases, for example, in HeidiSQL, but as You use phpMyAdmin'ω, we can assume that the possibility to connect to the database from the program "directly" You do not, by this, suggested the above option.

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