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  1. I have created a login form. I am sending values through Ajax for form validation. However, I am having problem with the code that I am unable to store values in Sessions & Cookies. I have added a "Remember me" checkbox into login form. I want to validate Boolean value using Javascript Checked property and send the data to PHP for validation. If user clicks on remember me checkbox then the data should be stored in either Sessions & Cookies. If it is not checked then data should be stored only in Sessions. I am posting here my login form code, Ajax code & PHP code. Could you guys help me to point out my mistake what I am doing wrong in this code? Login Form: <input type="checkbox" id="cb" name="cb"> <label for="cb">Remember me</label> Ajax Code: function login(){var e = _("email").value; var pass = _("password").value; var cb = _("cb").value; if(e == "" || pass == ""){ _("status").innerHTML = "Please fill out the form"; } else { _("loginbtn").style.display = "none"; _("status").innerHTML = 'please wait ...'; var ajax = ajaxObj("POST", "handlers/login_handler.php"); ajax.onreadystatechange = function() { if(ajaxReturn(ajax) == true) { if(ajax.responseText == "login_failed"){ _("status").innerHTML = "Login failed, please try again."; _("loginbtn").style.display = "block"; } else { window.location = "message.php?msg=Hello "+ajax.responseText; } } } ajax.send("e="+e+"&pass="+pass+"&cb="+cb); } } PHP Code: $cb = cleanstr($_POST['cb']); if(isset($cb) && ($cb == true)) { // IF USER CLICKED ON REMEMBER ME CHECKBOX CREATE THEIR SESSIONS AND COOKIES $_SESSION['userid'] = $db_id; $_SESSION['username'] = $db_username; $_SESSION['password'] = $db_pass; setcookie("id", $db_id, strtotime( '+30 days' ), "/", "", "", TRUE); setcookie("user", $db_username, strtotime( '+30 days' ), "/", "", "", TRUE); setcookie("pass", $db_pass, strtotime( '+30 days' ), "/", "", "", TRUE); // UPDATE THEIR "IP" AND "LASTLOGIN" FIELDS $sql = "UPDATE users SET ip='$ip', lastlogin=now() WHERE id='$db_id' LIMIT 1"; $query = mysqli_query($con, $sql); echo $db_username; exit(); } else { // IF USER HAS NOT CLICKED ON REMEMBER ME CHECKBOX CREATE THEIR SESSIONS ONLY $_SESSION['userid'] = $db_id; $_SESSION['username'] = $db_username; $_SESSION['password'] = $db_pass; // UPDATE THEIR "IP" AND "LASTLOGIN" FIELDS $sql = "UPDATE users SET ip='$ip', lastlogin=now() WHERE id='$db_id' LIMIT 1"; $query = mysqli_query($con, $sql); echo $db_username; exit(); }
  2. I've got a session $_SESSION['product'.$i.''] that I am trying to echo out. The auto increment on it is working, the $i is auto incremented. So if I do: $i = $_SESSION['count']; echo $_SESSION['product'.$i.'']; echo " ("; echo $_SESSION['count']; echo ") "; It will come up as "Ham Pizza (4)" if it is the 4th time I have done the process and so on. If I echo the sessions out like below: echo $_SESSION['product1']; echo $_SESSION['product2']; echo $_SESSION['product3']; It will come out with the associated product names in the order I done them, eg: Ham PizzaMargheritaBBQ Pizza What I want to know is how to echo them all out at the same time. This is so a user can see what is in their cart, and when I get to it, the checkout too. Any help please?
  3. Is it a good practice to store error and success messages in SESSION? Folder pages/giftCards ->index.php ->viewGiftCardCodes.php ->redeemGiftCard.php ->giftCards.php index.php <?php if(defined('script') === FALSE){ exit('Hacking attempt...'); } if(loginCheck($userInfo) === FALSE){ redirect('index.php?do=login&returnUrl='.$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], FALSE, TRUE); } if($configs['giftCardEnabled'] == 'no'){ alert('This page is currently disabled.', 'index.php?do=home'); } $action = isset($_GET['action']) ? $_GET['action'] : ''; switch($action){ case 'redeemGiftCard'; include 'pages/giftCards/redeemGiftCard.php'; break; case 'viewGiftCardCodes'; include 'pages/giftCards/viewGiftCardCodes.php'; break; default: include 'pages/giftCards/giftCards.php'; break; } ?> Default action giftCards REDEEM BUTTON ................. <?php $action = '<input type="button" value="Redeem" onclick="location.href=\'index.php?do=giftCards&action=redeemGiftCard&id='.$row['id'].'&currency='.$row['currency'].'&amount='.$row['amount'].'&csrfKey='.$csrf->csrfKey().'&csrfToken='.$csrf->csrfToken().'\'">'; ?> ................. Action redeemGiftCard ................. If success <?php $_SESSION['message']['1'] = 'You have successfully redeemed a gift card worth '.$row['currency'].$row['amount'].''; redirect('index.php?do=testPage1', FALSE, TRUE);// Page, Refresh, Exit // ?> If error <?php $_SESSION['message']['2'] = 'Database error. Please try again later!'; redirect('index.php?do=testPage1', FALSE, TRUE);// Page, Refresh, Exit // ?> ................. Default action giftCards ................. <?php if(!empty($_SESSION['message']['1'])){ $success = $_SESSION['message']['1']; unset($_SESSION['message']); } if(!empty($_SESSION['message']['2'])){ $error = $_SESSION['message']['2']; unset($_SESSION['message']); } if(!empty($success)){ print success($success);// HTML and success var // } if(!empty($error)){ print error($error);// HTML and error var // } ?> .................
  4. Hi, Just wondering if someone could point me in the right direction, I have a simple PHP MySQL login script which passes/stores data via sessions. It works fine, there is no problem with it. All I would like to do is pass some additional data from the users MySQL table. Currently it users just username and password, but I would like it to pass firstname and surname data as well. So when a user logs in with their username and password, on the next page it might say Welcome, Michael Smith. The script below is originally setup for the username to be a persons name, as it's used in the login welcome message in the login.php But I might change the username to be an email address, if I can pull in the additional data. config.php <?php /***************************** File: includes/config.php Written by: Frost of Slunked.com Tutorial: User Registration and Login System ******************************/ // start the session before any output. session_start(); // Set the folder for our includes $sFolder = '/predictor/login'; /*************** Database Connection You will need to change the user (user) and password (password) to what your database information uses. Same with the database name if you used something else. ****************/ mysql_connect('localhost', 'root', '') or trigger_error("Unable to connect to the database: " . mysql_error()); mysql_select_db('football') or trigger_error("Unable to switch to the database: " . mysql_error()); /*************** password salts are used to ensure a secure password hash and make your passwords much harder to be broken into Change these to be whatever you want, just try and limit them to 10-20 characters each to avoid collisions. ****************/ define('SALT1', '24859f@#$#@$'); define('SALT2', '^&@#_-=+Afda$#%'); // require the function file require_once($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . $sFolder . '/includes/functions.php'); // default the error variable to empty. $_SESSION['error'] = ""; // declare $sOutput so we do not have to do this on each page. $sOutput=""; ?> login.php <?php /***************************** File: login.php Written by: Frost of Slunked.com Tutorial: User Registration and Login System ******************************/ require($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/predictor/login/includes/config.php'); // If the user is logging in or out // then lets execute the proper functions if (isset($_GET['action'])) { switch (strtolower($_GET['action'])) { case 'login': if (isset($_POST['username']) && isset($_POST['password'])) { // We have both variables. Pass them to our validation function if (!validateUser($_POST['username'], $_POST['password'])) { // Well there was an error. Set the message and unset // the action so the normal form appears. $_SESSION['error'] = "Bad username or password supplied."; unset($_GET['action']); } }else { $_SESSION['error'] = "Username and Password are required to login."; unset($_GET['action']); } break; case 'logout': // If they are logged in log them out. // If they are not logged in, well nothing needs to be done. if (loggedIn()) { logoutUser(); $sOutput .= '<h1>Logged out!</h1><br />You have been logged out successfully. <br /><h4>Would you like to go to <a href="index.php">site index</a>?</h4>'; }else { // unset the action to display the login form. unset($_GET['action']); } break; } } $sOutput .= '<div id="index-body">'; // See if the user is logged in. If they are greet them // and provide them with a means to logout. if (loggedIn()) { $sOutput .= '<h1>Logged In!</h1><br /><br /> Hello, ' . $_SESSION["username"] . ' how are you today?<br /><br /> <h4>Would you like to <a href="login.php?action=logout">logout</a>?</h4> <h4>Would you like to go to <a href="index.php">site index</a>?</h4>'; }elseif (!isset($_GET['action'])) { // incase there was an error // see if we have a previous username $sUsername = ""; if (isset($_POST['username'])) { $sUsername = $_POST['username']; } $sError = ""; if (isset($_SESSION['error'])) { $sError = '<span id="error">' . $_SESSION['error'] . '</span><br />'; } $sOutput .= '<h2>Login to our site</h2><br /> <div id="login-form"> ' . $sError . ' <form name="login" method="post" action="login.php?action=login"> Username: <input type="text" name="username" value="' . $sUsername . '" /><br /> Password: <input type="password" name="password" value="" /><br /><br /> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Login!" /> </form> </div> <h4>Would you like to <a href="login.php">login</a>?</h4> <h4>Create a new <a href="register.php">account</a>?</h4>'; } $sOutput .= '</div>'; // lets display our output string. echo $sOutput; ?> functions.php <?php /***************************** File: includes/functions.php Written by: Frost of Slunked.com Tutorial: User Registration and Login System ******************************/ /*********** bool createAccount (string $pUsername, string $pPassword) Attempt to create an account for the passed in username and password. ************/ function createAccount($pUsername, $pPassword, $pFirstname, $pSurname) { // First check we have data passed in. if (!empty($pUsername) && !empty($pPassword) && !empty($pFirstname) && !empty($pSurname)) { $uLen = strlen($pUsername); $pLen = strlen($pPassword); $fLen = strlen($pFirstname); $sLen = strlen($pSurname); // escape the $pUsername to avoid SQL Injections $eUsername = mysql_real_escape_string($pUsername); $sql = "SELECT username FROM users WHERE username = '" . $eUsername . "' LIMIT 1"; // Note the use of trigger_error instead of or die. $query = mysql_query($sql) or trigger_error("Query Failed: " . mysql_error()); // Error checks (Should be explained with the error) if ($uLen <= 4 || $uLen >= 11) { $_SESSION['error'] = "Username must be between 4 and 11 characters."; }elseif ($pLen < 6) { $_SESSION['error'] = "Password must be longer then 6 characters."; }elseif (mysql_num_rows($query) == 1) { $_SESSION['error'] = "Username already exists."; }else { // All errors passed lets // Create our insert SQL by hashing the password and using the escaped Username. $sql = "INSERT INTO users (`username`, `password`, `firstname`, `surname`) VALUES ('" . $eUsername . "', '" . hashPassword($pPassword, SALT1, SALT2) . "', '" . $pFirstname . "', '" . $pSurname . "');"; $query = mysql_query($sql) or trigger_error("Query Failed: " . mysql_error()); $sql2 = "INSERT INTO predictions (userID, predictionID, week) SELECT LAST_INSERT_ID(), id, week FROM fixtures"; $query = mysql_query($sql2) or trigger_error("Query Failed: " . mysql_error()); if ($query) { return true; } } } return false; } /*********** string hashPassword (string $pPassword, string $pSalt1, string $pSalt2) This will create a SHA1 hash of the password using 2 salts that the user specifies. ************/ function hashPassword($pPassword, $pSalt1="2345#$%@3e", $pSalt2="taesa%#@2%^#") { return sha1(md5($pSalt2 . $pPassword . $pSalt1)); } /*********** bool loggedIn verifies that session data is in tack and the user is valid for this session. ************/ function loggedIn() { // check both loggedin and username to verify user. if (isset($_SESSION['loggedin']) && isset($_SESSION['userID']) && isset($_SESSION['username'])) { return true; } return false; } /*********** bool logoutUser Log out a user by unsetting the session variable. ************/ function logoutUser() { // using unset will remove the variable // and thus logging off the user. unset($_SESSION['username']); unset($_SESSION['userID']); unset($_SESSION['loggedin']); return true; } /*********** bool validateUser Attempt to verify that a username / password combination are valid. If they are it will set cookies and session data then return true. If they are not valid it simply returns false. ************/ function validateUser($pUsername, $pPassword) { // See if the username and password are valid. $sql = "SELECT * FROM users WHERE username = '" . mysql_real_escape_string($pUsername) . "' AND password = '" . hashPassword($pPassword, SALT1, SALT2) . "' LIMIT 1"; $query = mysql_query($sql) or trigger_error("Query Failed: " . mysql_error()); // If one row was returned, the user was logged in! if (mysql_num_rows($query) == 1) { $row = mysql_fetch_assoc($query); $_SESSION['username'] = $row['username']; $_SESSION['userID'] = $row['userID']; $_SESSION['password'] = $row['password']; $_SESSION['loggedin'] = true; return true; } return false; } ?> USERS TABLE ID username password firstname surname 1 rich 12345 Richard Branson 2 alan 67898 Lord Sugar
  5. I have a simple user login where it inserts the user session into database like this (id, user_id, hash). It works fine. I can delete the session from the database when the user logs out. Now I realized something. When I close the browser window, it'll destroy the session(log out the user) as intended but it won't delete the session from the database. I was wondering if there is a way to do that?
  6. SO I have been developing a log in system and wanted to make my own simple CAPTCHA. I found one on the internet and ported the code across to get started and see how someone had made it. The issue I am having is that the dynamically generated image that I have created it seems is one step ahead of the session variable (the string is generated and then saved into session - then generates the image). But when i echo back the session it is always one step behind the actual image... Anyway here is my code and ask away please <?php require('includes/util.inc.php'); $form = ' <form action="register.php" method="post"> <p>username <input type="text" name="username" id="usrinp"></p> <p>email <input type="text" name="email" id="emainp"></p> <p>password <input type="password" name="password1" id="psw1inp"></p> <p>re-enter password <input type="password" name="password2" id="psw2inp"></p> <p><img src="captcha.php"/></p> <p>captcha <input type="text" name="captcha" id="capinp"></p> <p><input type="submit" value="Register" id="subinp"></p> </form> '; if(isset($_SESSION['captcha'])) { echo $_SESSION['captcha']; } if ($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST' && !empty($_POST['username']) && !empty($_POST['email'])) { if($_POST['captcha'] == $_SESSION['captcha']) { $username = $_POST['username']; $email = $_POST['email']; $password = SHA1($_POST['password1']); $password = SHA1($_POST['password2']); $q = 'SELECT username FROM users WHERE username = :username'; $stmt = $pdo->prepare($q); $stmt->bindParam(':username', $username); $stmt->execute(); if($stmt->rowCount() > 0) { echo "<pre>This username has already been taken</pre>"; } else { $qi = 'INSERT INTO users ( username, password, email ) VALUES ( :username, SHA1(:password), :email )'; $query = $pdo->prepare($qi); $result = $query->execute( array( ':username'=>$username, ':password'=>$password, ':email'=>$email ) ); if($result) { header("location:login.php"); exit; } else { echo '<pre>Error, please try again</pre>'; } } } } $pageTitle = 'Register'; include('includes/header.inc.php'); include('pages/register.html'); ?> <?php require('includes/util.inc.php'); $string = ''; for ($i = 0; $i < 5; $i++) { $string .= chr(rand(97, 122)); } $_SESSION['captcha'] = $string; $font_path = 'includes/fonts/'; $captcha_image = imagecreatetruecolor(150, 60); $text_color = imagecolorallocate($captcha_image, 0, 0, 0); $bg_color = imagecolorallocate($captcha_image, 255, 255, 255); imagefilledrectangle($captcha_image, 0, 0, 399, 99, $bg_color); imagettftext($captcha_image, 30, 0, 10, 40, $text_color, $font_path . "dashdot.ttf", $_SESSION['captcha']); header("Content-type: image/png"); imagepng($captcha_image); ?> <?php session_start(); function class_loader($class) { require 'classes/' . $class . '.class' . '.php'; } spl_autoload_register('class_loader'); $user = (isset($_SESSION['user'])) ? $_SESSION['user'] : null; $cat = (isset($_SESSION['cat'])) ? $_SESSION['cat'] : null; try { $pdo = new PDO('mysql:dbname=phpcat; host=localhost', 'root', ''); } catch (PDOException $e) { $pageTitle = 'Error!'; include('header.inc.php'); include('../pages/error.html'); exit(); }
  7. i want to display 'Welcome userid!' after user has successfully logged in. I managed to display it after successfully logged in, but when the user key in the wrong userid and password, the 'Welcome userid' is also displayed. What should i do about it? Below are my coding: login.html processLogin.php index.html
  8. I am trying to create a history of requested URI's (upto 3) for two purposes Login page and Error Logging. My problem is the Session is written and the values are set yet i can not retrieve the values in it upon a refresh. The use of an Array is to manage the quantity of max values (not written in yet). <?php session_start(); //printing $_SESSION['REQUEST_URI'] here will result in nothing when it should contain something. $REQUEST_URI = time().','.$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']; if(is_array($_SESSION['REQUEST_URI'])){array_push($_SESSION['REQUEST_URI'],array($REQUEST_URI));} else{$_SESSION['REQUEST_URI'] = array($REQUEST_URI);Print('never set? ');}//if dosent exist create the array if(isset($_SESSION['REQUEST_URI'])){print_r($_SESSION['REQUEST_URI']);} ?> Session contains REQUEST_URI|a:1:{i:0;s:19:"1422925783,/~Debug/";} After a refresh i expect REQUEST_URI|a:2:{i:0;s:19:"1422925783,/~Debug/";i:1;s:28:"1422925784,/~Debug/index.php";} Yet it only contains REQUEST_URI|a:1:{i:0;s:28:"1422925784,/~Debug/index.php";}
  9. Hi, I am building a website using PHP. By default the SESSION is kept active for 24(1440 seconds) minutes of inactivity. What i want is to refresh the SESSION as soon as the user interacts with the website (movement of the mouse, click on links inside the website, etc.) The way i am trying to refresh the session is by calling PHP script named refreshSession.php with AJAX as follow: $.ajax({ cache: false, type: "GET", url: "refreshSession.php" }); and the PHP script goes as follow: refreshSession.php <?php session_start(); echo 'test'; ?> But the session does not refresh. The only way to refresh the session is to reload the page. What am i doing wrong? Any suggestions? Regards, Christos
  10. Hello there, I have this as login in function for an application. function login($username, $password) { $db =& $this->db; Kit::ClassLoader('userdata'); if (Config::Version('DBVersion') < 62) { // We can't do CSPRNG because the field doesn't exist, so we need to do standard user login // This can ONLY happen during an upgrade. $dbh = PDOConnect::init(); $sth = $dbh->prepare('SELECT UserID, UserName, UserPassword, UserTypeID FROM `user` WHERE UserName = :userName'); $sth->execute(array('userName' => $username)); $rows = $sth->fetchAll(); if (count($rows) != 1) { setMessage(__('Username or Password incorrect')); return false; } $userInfo = $rows[0]; // Check the password using a MD5 if ($userInfo['UserPassword'] != md5($password)) { setMessage(__('Username or Password incorrect')); return false; } } else { // Get the SALT for this username if (!$userInfo = $db->GetSingleRow(sprintf("SELECT UserID, UserName, UserPassword, UserTypeID, CSPRNG FROM `user` WHERE UserName = '%s'", $db->escape_string($username)))) { setMessage(__('Username or Password incorrect')); return false; } // User Data Object to check the password $userData = new Userdata($db); // Is SALT empty if ($userInfo['CSPRNG'] == 0) { // Check the password using a MD5 if ($userInfo['UserPassword'] != md5($password)) { setMessage(__('Username or Password incorrect')); return false; } // Now that we are validated, generate a new SALT and set the users password. $userData->ChangePassword(Kit::ValidateParam($userInfo['UserID'], _INT), null, $password, $password, true /* Force Change */); } else { // Check the users password using the random SALTED password if ($userData->validate_password($password, $userInfo['UserPassword']) === false) { setMessage(__('Username or Password incorrect')); return false; } } } // there is a result so we store the userID in the session variable $_SESSION['userid'] = Kit::ValidateParam($userInfo['UserID'], _INT); $_SESSION['username'] = Kit::ValidateParam($userInfo['UserName'], _USERNAME); $_SESSION['usertype'] = Kit::ValidateParam($userInfo['UserTypeID'], _INT); // Set the User Object $this->usertypeid = $_SESSION['usertype']; $this->userid = $_SESSION['userid']; // update the db // write out to the db that the logged in user has accessed the page $SQL = sprintf("UPDATE user SET lastaccessed = '" . date("Y-m-d H:i:s") . "', loggedin = 1 WHERE userid = %d", $_SESSION['userid']); $db->query($SQL) or trigger_error(__('Can not write last accessed info.'), E_USER_ERROR); // Switch Session ID's global $session; $session->setIsExpired(0); $session->RegenerateSessionID(session_id()); return true; } i am trying to squeeze in an alternative authentication for users on ldap as such if local authentication fails // alternativelly validate against Tivoli Directory server $ldap_host = "www.zflexldap.com:389"; $password = "password"; // Tivoli Directory DN $ldap_dn = "ou=users,ou=guests,dc=zflexsoftware,dc=com"; // connect to active directory $ldap = ldap_connect($ldap_host) or die("Couldn't connect to LDAP Server"); //username specified on post form is from TDS server // $dn = "uid=".$username.","; $dn = "uid=guest1,ou=users,ou=guests,dc=zflexsoftware,dc=com"; ldap_set_option($ds, LDAP_OPT_PROTOCOL_VERSION, 3); // verify user and password if($bind = @ldap_bind($ldap, $dn, $password)) all attempts thou has been breaking the application. thanks
  11. I have two domains - http://domaina.com, http://domainb.com I'm calling domainb.com's url from domaina.com: file_get_contents('http://domainb.com/a.php'); In http://domainb.com/a.php, I'm trying to creating a session or cookie for domainb.com <?php setcookie("key", "value", time()+3600); session_start(); $_session["key1"] = "value1"; ?> But this code is not working. Please help in solving this issue. Thank you.
  12. So here's the situation. 1. I retrive records form mysql database. WORKS. 2. Within each record, I load a "form" via on click .button. WORKS. 3. The form is basically a way for a User to send a message to that record specifically. WORKS That process works. What doesn't work is that every time I submit a form to the database, it will not insert the "message" field text(appears empty) and the "record_id" will insert but it'll be same for all records inserted, no matter how many different records forms I submit. Other data like "message-to" and "message-by" insert fine. Here is the full page setup. Also, session_start(); is in the init.php <?php require_once 'core/init.php'; $user = new User(); $mainUserid = escape($user->data()->user_id); ?> <!DOCTYPE HTML> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <title><?php echo $title; ?></title> <meta name="description" content="<?php echo $description; ?>"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, minimum-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=1.0, user-scalable=no"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/style.css" media="screen"> </head> <body> $getRecord = $db->prepare("SELECT records.*, users.* FROM records LEFT JOIN users ON records.user_id = users.user_id ORDER BY record_id DESC LIMIT 10"); $getRecord->execute(); $resultRecord = $getRecord->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($resultRecord) < 1) { $error = '0 records found.'; } else { foreach($resultRecord as $row) { $record_id = escape(intval($row['record_id'])); $user_id = escape(intval($row['user_id'])); $username = escape($row['full_name']); $title = escape($row['title']); $details = escape($row['details']); $_SESSION['record-id'] = $record_id; $_SESSION['message-to'] = $user_id; $_SESSION['message-by'] = $mainUserid; $message = Input::get('message'); // HTTP method POST or GET $_SESSION['message'] = $message; ?> <div class="record"> <h1><?php echo $title; ?></h1> <p><?php echo $details; ?></p> <p><?php echo $user_id; ?></p> <button class="button">send message</button> <!-- this form loads through on click(.button) function and is located in "ajax/form.php" --> <form class="new-form"> <textarea name="message" class="message">Enter message</textarea> <input type="button" name="submit" class="form-submit" value="Send Message"> </form> </div> <?php } } <!-- js scripts below --> <script src="js/jquery-1.11.0.min.js"></script> <script> $(document).ready(function(){ $(".button").click(function(){ $(this).parent().load("ajax/form.php"); }); }); </script> <script> $(document).on('click','.form-submit',function() { if($(".message").val()==='') { alert("Please write a message."); return false; } $(".form-submit").hide(); //hide submit button var myData = 'message='+ $(".message").val(); //build a post data structure jQuery.ajax({ type: "POST", // HTTP method POST or GET url: "process.php", //Where to make Ajax calls dataType:"text", // Data type, HTML, json etc. data:myData, //Form variables success:function(response){ $(".message").val(''); //empty text field on successful $(".form-submit").show(); //show submit button }, error:function (xhr, ajaxOptions, thrownError){ $(".form-submit").show(); //show submit button alert(thrownError); } }); }); </script> </body> </html> here is process.php <?php require_once 'core/init.php'; $session_record_id = $_SESSION['record-id']; $session_message_to = $_SESSION['message-to']; $session_message_by = $_SESSION['message-by']; $session_message = $_SESSION['message']; $insertMssg = $db->prepare("INSERT INTO sub_records(record_id, message_to, message_by, message, bid_posted) VALUES(:record_id, :message_to, :message_by, :message)"); $insertMssg->bindParam(':record_id', $session_record_id); $insertMssg->bindParam(':message_to', $session_message_to); $insertMssg->bindParam(':message_by', $session_message_by); $insertMssg->bindParam(':message', $session_message); $resultInsert = $insertMssg->execute(); if($resultInsert == false) { $error = 'Your message could not be inserted.'; } else { $success = 'Your message has been added.'; } ?> <div class="success"><?php echo $success; ?></div> <div class="error"><?php echo $error; ?></div>
  13. This should all be working but I think I might be overlooking something. Problem 1. I am using ajax to process a form. I don't think the problem is with ajax(works with other queries), but rather with php. Here is my simple query. $stmt = $db->prepare("SELECT * FROM records WHERE request_by = :request_by, request_to = :request_to AND session = :session"); $stmt->bindParam(':request_by', $byUserid); $stmt->bindParam(':request_to', $toUserid); $stmt->bindValue(':session', 1); $stmt->execute(); $result = $stmt->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result) > 0) { $success = 'This was successful.'; } else { $error = 'There was a problem.'; } This above query gives me this error. Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'PDOException' with message 'SQLSTATE[42000]: Syntax error or access violation: 1064 You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ' request_to = '7' AND session = '1'' at line 1 Problem 2. Say the main page is "index.php" with submit form and I am using ajax via url: process.php. Well on "index.php" page, I have foreach loop that gets me a "$toUserid" for each record. I would like to use that "$toUserid" in "process.php" page. I tried setting it as a session but still it won't give me that exact userid. It'll give me the same userid as the user I am currently logged in. What exactly I am doing wrong and how I can i fix it?
  14. I'm editing the Woocommerce e-mail files, and have got a session working. When it's echoed on the e-mail it appears as expected - "1 Day Health & Safety Awareness Chelmsford". However the if statement is not working. This is shown below, can anyone tell me where I'm going wrong? if (strpos($_SESSION['ahsname'], 'safety awareness') !== false) { // This is what I want to happen, the session should (and does) contain the string shown above //include( get_template_directory() . '/instructions/chelmsford-hsa-ahs.html'); echo "YES"; }else{ // This should not happen but it does! echo "NO "; echo $_SESSION['ahsname']; // the session is echoed with the bit I'm checking for included as mentioned above }
  15. hi, im a php noob trying to echo session variable based on what the user name is but neither is the session initialising nor is it destroying as i can go from index to home page by typing it in the browser with out the user input can any one help me with this(pardon my english) my code is as follows(if im missing something please tutor me on that too as that wud b helpful becoz web resources on sessions r not helpful) code in home.php: <?php include '1.1.php'; include '1.php'; ob_start(); session_start(); $_SESSION['uname']=$s1||$b1; ?> <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>fetch-array</title> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"> </script> <link href="css/hello.css" rel="stylesheet"> <script type="text/javascript" src="tinymce/tinymce.min.js"></script> <script> tinymce.init({ selector: "textarea#elm1", theme: "modern", width: 500, height: 150, plugins: [ "advlist autolink link image lists charmap print preview hr anchor pagebreak spellchecker", "searchreplace wordcount visualblocks visualchars code media insertdatetime media nonbreaking", "save table contextmenu directionality emoticons template paste textcolor" ], content_css: "css/content.css", toolbar: "insertfile undo redo | styleselect | bold italic | alignleft aligncenter alignright alignjustify | outdent indent | link image | print preview media fullpage | forecolor backcolor emoticons", style_formats: [ {title: 'Bold text', inline: 'b'}, {title: 'Red text', inline: 'span', styles: {color: '#ff0000'}}, {title: 'Red header', block: 'h1', styles: {color: '#ff0000'}}, {title: 'Example 1', inline: 'span', classes: 'example1'}, {title: 'Example 2', inline: 'span', classes: 'example2'}, {title: 'Table styles'}, {title: 'Table row 1', selector: 'tr', classes: 'tablerow1'} ] }); </script> </head> <body> <header> <div align="left"><a href="session_stop.php">logout</a></div></header> <br> <div id="container"> <div class="Container-left"> <?php echo $_SESSION['uname'];?> </div> note that it isn't also echoing any session variable too then here is my session stop page: <?php session_start(); session_unset(); session_destroy(); if(session_destroy()==1){ setcookie('', NULL, time()-100,'/'); header('location:index.php');} were am i going wrong???
  16. I'm trying to create a code that moves a string array A B C D E around based on the amount specified entered into a field in a form and the direction which is also entered into the form. What I want to do is to make the $newarray equal $array when the page is refreshed and the submit button is hit again. That way A B C D E when moved LEFT by 1 will be B C D E A and then if RIGHT and 2 is entered, you will see E A B C D. I've been struggling to get session working and just ended up more lost. Here is the code I got so far. I would greatly appreciate any help with this. <html> <div style="border:1px solid black;font-weight:bold;"> <div style="border:none;">A B C D E</div> <form method="POST"> <input type="text" name="thebutton"/> <input type="text" name="offset"/> <input type="submit" value="SUBMIT"/> </form> </div> <?php session_start(); if (isset($_POST["offset"], $_POST["thebutton"])) { $shift=$_POST["offset"]; $direction=$_POST["thebutton"]; $counter=0; $array=array('A','B','C','D','E'); if ($direction=="LEFT"){ for($i=$shift; $counter+$shift<5; $i++,$counter++){ $newarray[$counter]=$array[$counter+$shift]; } for($j=0; $j<$shift; $j++){ $newarray[$counter + $j]=$array[$j]; } } if ($direction=="RIGHT"){ for($counter=0,$k=5-$shift; $counter<$shift; $counter++){ $newarray[$counter]=$array[$counter+$k]; } for($j=0; $j<5-$shift; $j++){ $newarray[$counter + $j]=$array[$j]; } } echo $newarray[0]; echo $newarray[1]; echo $newarray[2]; echo $newarray[3]; echo $newarray[4]; } ?> </html>
  17. Hi there, I have an issue that drives me nuts for some days now. I used php.ini to store the sessions to a folder outside root directory: session.save_path = "/home/castos/SESSIONS" As long as the file i call is in the public_html directory (root), session data are OK. If for any reason i use AJAX to call data from a sub-directory (lets say public_html/ajax/test.php), then SESSION data are no longer there (but the session_id is still the same). If i move the same file inside root (public_html/test.php) and call it using AJAX then it works just fine. I feel that the problem could be inside the configuration of the SESSION in php.ini so i am posting the rest of the session configuration: session.save_handler = files session.use_cookies = 1 session.use_only_cookies = 1 session.name = CUSTSESSID session.cookie_httponly = 1 session.cookie_secure = 1 session.hash_function = sha512 session.hash_bits_per_character = 5 session.auto_start = 0 session.cookie_lifetime = 0 session.cookie_path = "/" session.cookie_domain = session.serialize_handler = php session.gc_probability = 1 session.gc_divisor = 100 session.gc_maxlifetime = 1440; session.referer_check = session.entropy_length = 256 session.entropy_file = "/dev/urandom" session.cache_limiter = nocache session.cache_expire = 180 session.use_trans_sid = 0 Any help will be much appreciated! Thanks!
  18. I am having a bit of issue. I have a simple query that loops to find each record, like this. // select query here if(count($result) > 0) { foreach($result as $row) { $userid = $row['user_id']; $_SESSION['userid'] = $userid; } } else { // error here } I want to use the "$userid" on a different page; so I created a session for it. When ever I use that session on another page, it gives me only the last record's user id and not the first one. How can I fix this?
  19. Ok so on the initial page I have auto incremented hidden input box names so it appears like "cart0Pizzas", "cart1Pizzas", "cart2Pizzas" etc. I am posting these to a process page (user won't see this page - is just so i can post the data and store it into sessions. I want to store the appropiate post data into auto incremented sessions. So when the user clicks on the submit button which is in the same form as for example "cart24Pizzas" it will go into $_SESSION['cart0'] if that one isn't set. If it is, then it can go into $_SESSION['cart1']. If that is set, it will go into $_SESSION['cart2'] and so on. How can I do this? Thanks in advance.
  20. Hello We have a testing site where users create a profile then take an aptitude test. Was working fine several months ago but we're trying to set up tests now and when the user enters their information and hits submit, we get these errors. (first it was the white screen, then I turned on the errors and received this) Deprecated: mysql_connect(): The mysql extension is deprecated and will be removed in the future: use mysqli or PDO instead in ~/inc/connect.inc.php on line 11 Notice: Undefined variable: i_price in ~/profile-2.inc.php on line 97 Fatal error: Call to undefined function session_register() in ~/profile-2.inc.php on line 101 I'm assuming the Fatal Error is what's causing the profile not to be set up(and thus get the white screen). The code in profile-2 is: # Create new record: $now = time(); $password_name = random_password(PASS_LENGTH); $password_hash = bin2hex(mhash(MHASH_MD5, $password_name)); $i_qry2 = db_qry("INSERT INTO reports(createdate,passhash,fname,lname,age,gender,sport,loc,phone,address1,address2,city,state,zip,email,price) VALUES ($now,'$password_hash','$f_firstname','$f_lastname',$f_age,$f_gender,'$f_sport','$f_loc','$f_phone','$f_address1','$f_address2','$f_city','$f_state','$f_zip','$f_email','$i_price')") or die("Error: profile-2, SQL request error #2 ".mysql_error()); $i_sid = mysql_insert_id($sql_link); # Register SID in session: session_register('r_id'); <<<<this is line 101 $_SESSION['r_id'] = $i_sid; session_register('r_pass'); $_SESSION['r_pass'] = ''; session_register('r_ccode'); $_SESSION['r_ccode'] = stripslashes($f_ccode); Does anyone have a suggestion on what might be the problem and how I go about fixing it? Thanks in advance.
  21. Hello. I have a problem in displaying the user data form database which associated with the user. Maybe i'm messing up the _SESSION part. Im stucked at this part when im changing the add_parcel send_to attribute from (student_username) to (student_name). Since i wanted to display the name of student not the username. <?php session_start(); if(!($_SESSION['username'])){ header("location:index.php?login_first"); } ?> <!-- end navbar top --> <?php include("sidemenu.php"); ?> <!-- page-wrapper --> <div id="page-wrapper"> <div class="row"> <!-- Page Header --> <div class="col-lg-12"> <h1 class="page-header">Dashboard</h1> </div> <!--End Page Header --> </div> <div class="row"> <!-- Welcome --> <div class="col-lg-12"> <div class="alert alert-info"> <?php include("connection.php"); $username=$_SESSION['username']; $sql=mysql_query("SELECT student_name FROM register WHERE student_username='$username'"); $ee=mysql_fetch_array($sql); ?> <i class="fa fa-folder-open"></i><b> Hello ! </b>Welcome Back <b><?php echo $ee['student_name']; ?> </b> </div> </div> <!--end Welcome --> </div> <div class="row"> <div class="col-lg-12"> <div class="table table-responsive"> <table class="table table-hover"> <thead> <tr> <th>S.no</th> <th>Parcel Number</th> <th>Date Recieved</th> <th>Date of Collected</th> <th>Recieved Time</th> <th>Collect Time</th> <th>Status</th> <th>Sent By</th> <th>Sent To</th> </tr> </thead> <?php include("connection.php"); $sql1=mysql_query("SELECT * FROM add_parcel WHERE send_to='$username'"); $i=1; while($row=mysql_fetch_array($sql1)){ echo '<tr class="record"><td>'.$i++.'</td><td>'.$row['parcel_num'].'</td><td>'.$row['date_recieve'].'</td><td>'.$row['date_collect'].'</td><td>'.$row['recieve_time'].'</td><td>'.$row['collect_time'].'</td><td>'.$row['status'].'</td><td>'.$row['sender_name'].'</td><td>'.$row['send_to'].'</td></tr>'; } ?> </html> I tried to change the below code $sql1=mysql_query("SELECT * FROM add_parcel WHERE send_to='$username'"); to $sql1=mysql_query("SELECT * FROM add_parcel"); it displayed all the data of table. I will attach together with some screenshot as well to make it easier. below is image of the Dashboard of user (Screenshot_1 (1).png). Add parcel panel (Screenshot_1 (2).png) Table add_parcel (Screenshot_1 (3).png) Table register (Screenshot_1 (4).png)
  22. I am fairly new at programming and I am running into a problem. What I am trying to do is have my login.php create and declare the session variables, then my dashboard.html file should only show the current html if $_SESSION['isloggedin'] is set. I tested to make sure login.php was declaring the session variable and it is. Im not sure what I am doing wrong, any help is greatly appreciated. I left out a lot of the dashboard html in the middle because it is quite extensive. Thanks! Login.php ?php session_start(); include 'dbconnect.php'; $username = $_POST['username']; $password = $_POST['password']; function login($email, $password) { $login = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM (Teachers) where email = '$email' and password = '$password'"); if (mysql_fetch_row($login)>0){ if(!$login){ die('Could not securely login to your account. Error e09993'); } else{ $_SESSION['name']= mysql_fetch_row($login)[2]; $_SESSION['email']= mysql_fetch_row($login)[1]; $_SESSION['lastName']= mysql_fetch_row($login)[3]; $_SESSION['birthdate']=mysql_fetch_row($login)[4]; $_SESSION['teacherCode']=mysql_fetch_row($login)[6]; $_SESSION['active']= mysql_fetch_row($login)[8]; $_SESSION['isloggedin']= true; } } else{ echo "Invalid Username/ Password"; exit(); } } login($username, $password); //header('Location: ..\dashboard.html'); ?> Top Dashboard.html <?php include 'dbconnect.php'; session_start(); if(isset($_SESSION['isloggedin'])) { ?> <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"> <meta name="description" content=""> <meta name="author" content="Dashboard"> <meta name="keyword" content="Dashboard, Bootstrap, Admin, Template, Theme, Responsive, Fluid, Retina"> <title>DASHGUM - FREE Bootstrap Admin Template</title> <!-- Bootstrap core CSS --> <link href="assets/css/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet"> <!--external css--> <link href="assets/font-awesome/css/font-awesome.css" rel="stylesheet" /> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="assets/css/zabuto_calendar.css"> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="assets/js/gritter/css/jquery.gritter.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="assets/lineicons/style.css"> <!-- Custom styles for this template --> <link href="assets/css/style.css" rel="stylesheet"> <link href="assets/css/style-responsive.css" rel="stylesheet"> <script src="assets/js/chart-master/Chart.js"></script> <!-- HTML5 shim and Respond.js IE8 support of HTML5 elements and media queries --> <!--[if lt IE 9]> <script src="https://oss.maxcdn.com/libs/html5shiv/3.7.0/html5shiv.js"></script> <script src="https://oss.maxcdn.com/libs/respond.js/1.4.2/respond.min.js"></script> <![endif]--> </head> <body> <section id="container" > <!-- ********************************************************************************************************************************************************** TOP BAR CONTENT & NOTIFICATIONS *********************************************************************************************************************************************************** --> <!--header start--> <header class="header black-bg"> <div class="sidebar-toggle-box"> <div class="fa fa-bars tooltips" data-placement="right" data-original-title="Toggle Navigation"></div> </div> Bottom Dashboard.html </html> <?php } ?> dashboard.html login.php
  23. I am trying to create a page for customers to enter their details. I am using a html form. When the submit button is pressed the form posts the inputs to the same page, which then checks if the inputs are empty. If they are not then each post variable is allocated a session variable so this info can be accessed late on in the system. If some of the inputs are empty then the value of the input forms become equal to the session variables that they were just allocated to so that the customer doesn’t have to retype their information. This is where the problem occurs. When I load the page each input box has a slash inside it and when the submit button is pressed a mother slash is added. My code is below: <?php session_start(); if(isset($_POST['NextPage'])){ if (!empty($_POST['CName'])){ $_SESSION["CName"] = $_POST['CName']; if (!empty($_POST['CStreet'])){ $_SESSION["CStreet"] = $_POST['CStreet']; if (!empty($_POST['CTown'])){ $_SESSION["CTown"] = $_POST['CTown']; if ($_POST['Counties'] != "-"){ $_SESSION["CCounty"] = $_POST['Counties']; if (!empty($_POST['CPostcode'])){ $_SESSION["CPostcode"] = $_POST['CPostcode']; if (!empty($_POST['CEmail'])){ $_SESSION["CEmail"] = $_POST['CEmail']; if (!empty($_POST['CNumb'])){ $_SESSION["CNumb"] = $_POST['CNumb']; $NotEmpty = true; }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Number is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Email is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Postcode is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "County is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Town is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Street is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Name is empty. </br>"; } } $content = ' <h3 id="CTitle"> Customer Details </h3> <p><i>'.$ErrorMsg.'</i></p> <form action=" " method="POST" name="CDetails" id="CDetails"> Name: * <input type="text" name="CName" size="30" value='.$_SESSION["CName"].'/></br> First line of your address: * <input type="text" name="CStreet" size="40" value='.$_SESSION["CStreet”];.’/></br> Town: * <input type="text" name="CTown" size="25" value='.$_SESSION["CTown"].'/></br> Postcode: * <input type="text" name="CPostcode" size="11" value=‘.$_SESSION["CPostcode"].'/></br> Email address: * <input type="text" name="CEmail" size ="35" value='.$_SESSION["CEmail”];.’/></br> Phone Number: * <input type="text" name="CNumb" value='.$_SESSION["CNumb"].'/></br> <input type="submit" name="NextPage" value="Next" id="Next”/> </form> ?>
  24. Just curious how other people feel about this. I am working on an application where a lot of info is pulled from MySQL and needed on multiple pages. Would it make more sense to... 1. Pull all data ONCE and store it in SESSION variables to use on other pages 2. Pull the data from the database on each new page that needs it I assume the preferred method is #1, but maybe there is some downside to using SESSION variables "too much"? Side question that's kind of related: As far as URLs, is it preferable to have data stored in them (i.e. domain.com/somepage.php?somedata=something&otherdata=thisdata) or use SESSION variables to store that data so the URLs can stay general/clean (i.e. domain.com/somepage.php)? Both are probably loaded questions but any possible insight would be appreciated. Thanks! Greg
  25. I am having a very strange issue on one server. I have the same code in a development server running fine, but in my prod server it is failing. Here is the main issue: I have a user authentication routine that accepts UserID and Password from a form and validates it against a MySQL database. So to start, UserId and Password are entered via POST variables as is standard: $UserId=@$_POST['UserId']; $Password=@$_POST['Password']; The Password is encrypted using a standard crypt method such as: $encrypt = crypt($Password,'6!68$7435!'); And this is stored in a MySQL database. This part is working fine, that is, the password is encrypted in value and stored in the MySQL database as 'epasswd'. On login, I am using session, so a standard session_start() and eventual session_destroy() on logout are used. The reason I mention this is because I suspect my issue is session related. So normally this works well. User logs in and I check credentials as follows in one part of my auth routine: elseif(UserAuth($UserId,$Password)){ $UserLogin=$UserId; session_start(); $_SESSION['UserLogin'] = $UserLogin; sql_insertActivity(); header("Location: home.php"); And the auth routine is as follows: <? function UserAuth($UserId,$Password){ global $conn; $Stmt="select epasswd from Users where UserId='$UserId' and Approved='1' or Approved='-1' or Approved='-2'"; $Result = mysql_query($Stmt, $conn) or die(mysql_error()); $Result=mysql_fetch_row($Result); $epasswd=$Result[0]; $retval=($epasswd==crypt($Password,$epasswd)); return($retval); } ?> So I am checking for a valid UserID and Password on form input, and I have a few other variables set for approved status. The retval checks the password they enter versus the encrypted value for a match. This usually works well. Then login occurs and session started, etc. Here is the issue. I added a quick admin routine a little while ago which helps reset a user's password to a temporary value. Once this value is set, along with a setting of approved=-1 in my database, then the user is re-directed to a Change Password screen to update his or her password. *Note: I changed the value to 'Charlie' for this discussion purpose. Here is that quick admin routine I run when I need to change a User to a temp setting: // ----- Establish database connection ----- require "../inc_php/inc_mysql_prod.php"; // $UserId=@$_GET['UserId']; $Password='Charlie'; $encrypt = crypt($Password,'6!68$7435!'); $sql = "UPDATE Users set epasswd='$encrypt', approved='-1' where UserId='$UserId'"; mysql_query($sql, $conn) or die(mysql_error()); So this does work as I validate the UserID is updated in the MySQL database along with an encrypted value for 'Charlie'. However, this is where things breakdown going forward. When the user logs in with the temp credentials, and enters in the Change password routine, their new password is saved in the table. However, when logging back in with the new credentials, the new password is not valid. And what's odd is that 'Charlie', the temp password, works for them on login and nothing else, no matter how many times they change the password in the form. So seems a case of session management out of control? What is the issue? I am defining session on all Php pages used, and have a logout to destroy session, etc. The temp password routine is something I run as an admin in the system and it doesn't have a session start statement. And I am not defining any global vars for Password. I lloked into session management and tried some UNSET paths and such, but may not be doing this correctly. Also I did a complete stop apache, remove all php sess_ files, restart and to no avail. I tried the clear my client side cookies deal in the browser, and still the same problem. What is odd is that this same set of code works fine on my other server, but breaks down on the mirrored server. They are essentially twins in all setup. Some minor differences between the two servers regarding PHP setup that might(?) make a difference. DEV server: SERVER_SOFTWARE Apache/2.2.3 (Red Hat) PROD server: (server showing the issues): SERVER_SOFTWARE Apache/2.2.3 (CentOS) HTTP_COOKIE PHPSESSID=3gocr0hhelvsjjlt63pp4qlnp3 _REQUEST["PHPSESSID"] 3gocr0hhelvsjjlt63pp4qlnp3 _COOKIE["PHPSESSID"] 3gocr0hhelvsjjlt63pp4qlnp3 _SERVER["HTTP_COOKIE"] PHPSESSID=3gocr0hhelvsjjlt63pp4qlnp3 Thanks appreciate the help! -Eddie
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