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Login Class Fast Site: Register and login users stored in MySQL

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login-fast-site 1.1Free For Educatio...5.0HTML, PHP 5, Databases, User Management
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This class can be used to register and login users stored in MySQL.

There is a database access class that can perform common operations to store and retrieve information from a MySQL database.

The main class takes an object of the database access class to perform several operations to manipulate records of registered users.

Currently it can display forms to register or login users, create new user records, and authenticate users with user name and password.

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Accessible without login Plain text file index.php Example Example script

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  Accessible without login Plain text file login.php Class Class source
  Accessible without login Plain text file MyDB.class.php Class Class source

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