Simple login and database module: Authenticate users with records in a MySQL table

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login 1.0GNU General Publi...5PHP 5, Databases, User Management
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This class can be used to authenticate users with records in a MySQL table.

It can check a given user with a password. If the user exists and the password is correct, it will start a session and redirect the browser to a secure are page.

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Name: Saeed Ahmed <contact>
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This class is written to create login module. also this class is written to connect database, sql query execution and fetch data from database table.

-> query_execute($query)
this function is for execution the sql query.
$query = the mysql query.

this function is for the fetch data from the database table.
$result = the return value after execute mysql query

->login_user($username, $password)
login_user is for login function. it validate the user from database. 

$username = user name and $password = password.

this class is under GPL license. you are very welcome for modifications of this class. please feel free to contact me with the bugs or any modifications.

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login.class.php Class class file
readme.txt Doc. documentation for the class
sample.php Example sample file
sample_sql.sql Data sample sql files for testing
securearea.php Example secure page after login

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This class can be dangerous.
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