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PHP Login Problem

My websites log in page has a PHP problem (I think it’s the PHP). When someone tries to log in the browsers just keeps loading the log in screen with the password and username boxes are empty.

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We'd have to see the relevant code (not all of it, just the relevant part) to even guess at the problem.

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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Your web page must have a .php extension (and your provider must support PHP). Then, your code must output something, even a simple

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hi,

i would like to tell that the php code doesn't appear when you open the source of the webpage , the server hides the php codes simply ,

thanks !

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One way to help you spot this is to echo () the current counter number (or other useful information) at the beginning of each cycle. This way you might get a better idea of where the loop is tripping up.

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Welcome to the great world of PHP.

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