PHP Easy Sign-in Using PDO Prepared Statement Tutorial

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PHP Easy Sign-in Using PDO Prepared Statement Tutorial

PHP easy sign-in using PDO prepared statement tutorial will teach you how to make a log in system using PDO (PHP Data Objects) queries.
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  • Category: PHP/Getting Started

  • Submitted on: 2013-11-23 06:27:26

  • Submitted By: Furqan Aziz

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In software systems or web based systems developed by us, we have to secure some pages from unauthorized access and for that purpose we will protect these pages. These pages can be for Admin members or registered members and only those can see them. For giving members rights we will often give them username and password and when they give these values, they are redirected to secret pages.

PHP easy sign-in using PDO prepared statement tutorial will teach you how to make a log in system using PDO (PHP Data Objects) queries. This tutorial contains very basics and easy steps so anyone can understand it and implement it. Source code for sign-in tutorial is also available for you. We will use bootstrap as CSS Framework with PHP and MySQL. We will also understand how to protect pages from unauthorized access if someone knows the link and directly type in browser.    More detail...

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