Okay We’ve two tutorials as their intended purpose, one being any PHP login form with a MySQL database back-end (sessions and a lot of other stuff involved) plus the second is your CSS3 AERO communication box, someone okay know which one they’d want to see first and by on this occasion tomorrow, I really should have it done, otherwise at least 90% with it
I’d like to see the PHP login – I am aware how PHP works but We would like to understand the right way to actually write them – I think this would be a very useful thing to own.
Contemplating including regular expressions or a version of a validation as well
Thanks so much website marketing . willing to venture to the trouble of doing this – whichever one you get doing I am sure we’ll get great info from this.
Just with the login, the only validation I’ll actually need to do is compare values, no expressions engaged. However, if you wish me to incorporate a registration guide, I can do that too The registration will demand expressions to verify format of e mail addresses, character types, etc…
Usually next time i do something that adheres to that though, I want to include jQuery effects, but I’ll probably end up in the styling once the programming itself is completed.
On a compact side note, There’s no doubt that I may just simply do the registraton/login form and are the modal box, you could start to
PHP & MySQL Login F. T. W!
Part I is finished
I finally got about to starting this tutorial today guys, I honestly believe taht you are likely to love it. For those of you who are curious about waht will be included within this tutorial, heres a subscriber base.
Using sessions to hold the user logged in regardless of the page he/she visits
Using cookies to hold the user logged in although the browser will be closed and program data is misplaced.
Checking to find out if cookies are enabled for the user’s browser.
- PHP Includes
How to off of load some code in order to save space, and your sanity.
- Password encryption
Encrypting the users passwords while in the database using SHA512 (SHA-2) as opposed to the out old MD5
- Data validation
Comparing values about the login form, to guarantee we allow the proper person to logon.
- Input validation
Making sure the particular registration and logon values are what you deserve, rather than leaving yourself open to a possible hack.
- CSS A FEW Styling
Mainly applying box-shadow, corner-radius, and gradients to produce a sleek logon form, not to mention the other CSS with regard to layout, color, and so forth…
- xHTML Formatting
Using the xHTML Stringent standards as set by the W3C, we can layout our internet site, not that hard really.
- The 960 Grid Technique
Showing you how easy it’s to use the actual 960 system with styling and array, you just can’t beat it.
I’ll also become going over every single PHP function MY PARTNER AND I use, so you get a better ideal how and precisely why they work a selected way. Hopefully I’ll make it simple.