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  1. 1 point
    when $ret > 0 you get sent to dashboard. It will not get as far the 3rd condition. Once on elseif condition is satisfied it stops processing them. BTW, you should always have an exit instruction after a header("location ...");
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    Take a look at the logic here. 1. if the "login" button (?) was clicked, 2. Else if $ret>0 or userlvl is 1, 3. Else if $ret>0 or userlvl is 2, 4. Else Do those all make sense together? Not really. What you want is 1. If the "login" button was clicked and that's it. The stuff about $ret and userlvl happens inside the if. Which means you need another if.
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