PHP Tutorials: Register & Login: User registration (Part 1)

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Part of the ‘Register & Login’ Project from PHP Academy. This tutorials walks you through registering a user to allow them to log in to your site.
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25 Responses to “PHP Tutorials: Register & Login: User registration (Part 1)”

  1. knightdeepkill Says:

    @MrConnor5432 just install WAMPSERVER evevrything will be included in that :]

  2. knightdeepkill Says:

    @MrConnor5432 just WAMPSERVER evevrything will be included in that :]

  3. RamonVizcarraOrozco Says:

    @RamonVizcarraOrozco
    I fixed the problem by adding the ATTEMPT request on my form and followed by the “if” and coding appropriately
    thanks anyway 🙂

  4. RamonVizcarraOrozco Says:

    I am having a problem with my register.php form, every time I access it from my localhost I get 5 error messages before the form, of course where the php code is, and I do not know hot to fix them, the problems read: “Undefined index: submit in register.php on line 5”, 8, 9, 10, and 11, corresponding to submit, fullname, username, password, and repeatpassword can some one please help, thanks!

  5. RamonVizcarraOrozco Says:

    I really like your videos, thanks for posting all this info.

  6. tmetdixt Says:

    I’m not speaking English , Alex made me easy to understand .Thanx alot for did it,
    I luv your clips.

  7. leila9675 Says:

    @ma
    vamos?
    tyko1234

  8. leila9675 Says:

    Passar o Brasil a limpoTõ nessa.

  9. DonsanUsake569 Says:

    Why we need a, latin bitch busizz4me.info

  10. matyko1234 Says:

    Your tutorials are excellent but i get this when i try to view the compiled code in my browser , why is this.?
    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in C:xampphtdocsbasicsloginregister.php on line 63

    Many Thanks in advance

  11. chadtafari Says:

    thanks.. 😀

  12. canery Says:

    nice video tnx.. i wish your my prof. in php.. very educating.. way better than my prof.

  13. decart83 Says:

    php academy is better than college!

  14. kevinquinnyo Says:

    yes! i’m learning, thanks again buddy! next

  15. MrPayDay123 Says:

    @MrConnor5432 Just install XAMPP, it comes with phpmyadmin. To go into phpmyadmin just start up XAMPP and start Apache and MySQL then open phpmyadmin =]

  16. sfocambodia Says:

    how can i have all the code??

  17. sfocambodia Says:

    how can i have all the code

  18. samiwistler Says:

    Cool tip, thanks

  19. TONIACLARA Says:

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  20. khlimj Says:

    I learn follow your php lession many time but still have problems with username and password for lession 1/2 for user login part 1/2. Everything is ok but can’t login after typing username/password in localhost. I am using wamp and xamplite too but xamplite can’t find my website folder where can i store those php data in xamplite.

  21. CardMagician10 Says:

    @Morris979001 I don’t think he understand Swedish, but I can answer you cause I’m danish so I undertand Swedish 🙂
    Yes you have to make a body tag if your html need to be corect, but the reason he don’t do it (i think) is cause this is a PHP tutorial and not a HTML tutorial. So he just write his HTML fast.

  22. Morris979001 Says:

    En fråga alex varför använder du inte body taggen när du ska sätta in saker i html dokumentet?Vad jag vet så ska man väl göra så men du är ju experten!

    Sorry for bad english.

  23. maxwillistaylor Says:

    Hey Alex,

    This is good stuff, thanks a lot.

    One thing you have not mentined is whether we have to worry about SQL row locking if several users happen to mess with the same row in the table at the same time.

    Also if the same dude logs in from N different computers – would you still have N different sessions going or only the latest login is valid.

    Ta

    M

  24. thyhumblesinner Says:

    ok i´ll tryt his, hope this one works for me.

  25. thehamzan6 Says:

    lol ur australian… ;D

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