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Last week I explained how to create a link for each record to point to your update script.By using the $id variable you output links which would pass the correct ID to the script so that it can update the database.In the first part, we are going to cover creation of the registration form and storing the data in a My SQL database.
The first one queries all of the rows from my table with an "edit" link.
Here's an example of the data from a sample form: To prevent possible SQL injection vulnerabilities to your database, we'll need to run PHP's addslash() function for every post variable.
And since the $_POST data is an array, let's make a function that will loop on every variable: To check if an insert or an update should be done, a search should be initialized if the submission ID exists and then set a condition that if the submission ID exists, an update should be initialized using that submission ID.
We are going to walk you through every aspect of creating a membership based site, with a secure members area protected by password.
The whole process consists of two big parts: user registration and user authentication.