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  1. Trying to figure out how, when I press my logout button, do I get my page to go back to it's original page without the ?variable=something at the end: header('Location: '.$_SERVER['PHP_SELF'].'?activationsent=1'); I own this site: http://www.golden-wand.com/phpfreaks.txt
  2. Im having issues with logging out of a my website. I have successfully managed to log in. I am using sessions to do it and have been using session_unregister, which I believe is not depreciated. I have tried using unset but I am now getting the error Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '"authenticatedUser"' (T_CONSTANT_ENCAPSED_STRING) in C:\wamp\www\ShreddedNutrition\HTML\Logout.php on line 8 this is my log out code <?php session_start(); $appUsername = $_SESSION["authenticatedUser"]; $_SESSION["message"] = "You Have Logged out"; unset("authenticatedUser"); // Relocate back to the login page header("Location: Login.php"); //session_destroy(); ?> and this is to log in <?php include 'db.inc'; session_start(); $UserEmail =$_POST["EmailAddress"]; $UserPassword =$_POST["Password"]; $query = "SELECT * FROM members WHERE EmailAddress = '$UserEmail' AND password = '$UserPassword' "; $connection = mysql_connect($hostname, $username, $password) or die ("Unable to connect!"); mysql_select_db($databaseName) or die ("Unable to select database!"); $result = mysql_query($query) or die ("Error in query: $query. ".mysql_error()); // see if any rows were returned if (mysql_num_rows($result) > 0) { $_SESSION["authenticatedUser"] = $UserEmail; // Relocate to the logged-in page header("Location: Index.php"); } else { $_SESSION["message"] = "Could not connect log in as $UserEmail " ; header("Location: Login.php"); } mysql_free_result($result); mysql_close($connection); ?>
  3. Dear All, I am new to php i have created login/Sign up pages and problem is i needd code to display logout after users login into system but in my system both login/Register is dislaying after login also Please help me in this one..
  4. i am using sessions. first on admin folder and second on user folder. in admin folder, i use $_SESSION['username']; in user folder, i use $_SESSION['username1']; now when i click on logout button in localhost/xxx/admin/logout.php i also logged out from localhost/xxx/logout.php. is there a way.. not to be logged out from user panel when click logout button in admin panel????
  5. This problem is for real PHP freaks. I do not post in forums unless I really can't find a solution. I have been bugged by this for days now. Here it is. I have a page signup.php among other pages on the website. Once you logout from logout.php all session is destroyed and all cookies are deleted. you can visit the website as a visitor after logging out. I visited all pages to make sure I was really logged out. Everything is normal up till here. However, when I click on signup again which call signup.php, the old session becomes suddenly alive and you are logged in again as if you had never logged out. I have never faced this problem before and I have made many websites using PHP. I have tested and found that session is already there when the page loads and values are not formed by any variable or function manipulation. I am using hostgator shared hosting. Please guyz help me out. I am not sure what I am doing wrong here.
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