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As per previous questions, I need to add some tables to the WordPress MySQL database.

I am very familiar with phpMysql, adding tables, etc.

Before I try that I just want to make sure that if I add tables, all of a sudden Word Press won't crash because it finds something it doesn't like.

See attached; I'm guessing I just add tables here.

Is that correct?
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Question by:Richard Korts
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WordPress won't care. All of our sites use extra tables for a variety of reasons.  This is safe to do.
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