login script with jquery and php

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This video shows you how to make a login script work with a database. We use javascript, jquery, php and mysql for this. You should really watch the ajax videos to get a basis for this. Also you need to have a server to run this, watch the first video on development environment to learn how to do that. Towards the end i mistyped two things. I missed the double == sign in the if statement and the I spelled result wrong. Sorry If i went a little fast, I really don’t want to have any more part1 and 2 videos.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Responses to “login script with jquery and php”

  1. optikalefxx Says:

    @officalmask7 you mean using the same php file?

  2. officalmask7 Says:

    awesome video but i have one question , can you connect to mysql database without using that login.php ? if it is possible could you make a video showing how

    thanks

  3. fastelio Says:

    very good this is video fantastic thaks

  4. imrankhan2532 Says:

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  5. imrankhan2532 Says:

    @optikalefxx

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  9. ordiantakeover Says:

    @optikalefxx 9:13
    U are fetching the username while u already have the username, because u wanted to fetch where username is blabla

  10. optikalefxx Says:

    @ordiantakeover Where does it say that, it says select username where username=’$user’ ?

  11. optikalefxx Says:

    @sivaramakrish2007 nothing on the database side. In php when you write your SQL make sure you don’t store the $_POST[‘password’]. You need to md5($_POST[‘password’]) and store that in the database.

    That was the main goal of this tutorial, I suggest watching another time to make sure you understand how this login process works.

  12. sivaramakrish2007 Says:

    I created password field in database, and typing password in text box it stores in the database but its shows the password which not in the encrypted format, wat i can do
    when creating password field in the database itself ,wat attribute to be given

  13. ordiantakeover Says:

    why select username where username=” makes no sense?

  14. ronipthomas Says:

    The best of all….

  15. ronipthomas Says:

    @optikalefxx The best of all… 🙂

  16. ronipthomas Says:

    The best of all… 🙂

  17. optikalefxx Says:

    @ronipthomas *confused.

  18. iisdan Says:

    thx!

  19. codex73 Says:

    Great work…..

  20. gonzalezluis78 Says:

    I love your videos man! keep it up.

  21. warlord90210 Says:

    Oh wow, I needed to know how to integrate PHP and jQuery for my YouTube API stuff.

    Thank you so much for this video.

    You’re a lot like me with the videos.
    We have good videos, but not many subscribers or views.
    Maybe we should work together and form one channel for videos like this.

  22. optikalefxx Says:

    Ha, yea, as i was reading through some more of the docs I found that. Would’ve been nice to know before hand, but hey at least in doing it this way I learned how to access the DOM Element if i need it. Thanks!

  23. oscargalileo Says:

    Also to change the value:
    $(“#message”).val(“error”);

    good luck!

  24. oscargalileo Says:

    Can get the value of a field in this way also:
    $(“#user”).val();

    Is easier… greetings!

  25. Sotelio Says:

    nice, thanks.

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