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davidguz

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Hi,

I'm total beginner in PHP language, and I'm designing a site for a client of mine. There are certain pages I would like to use PHP on, and one of them is a new account forms page.

See, when the user enters his/her information in these fields, I would like the info to be stored somewhere, so my client can access the new customer account info, and I don't know how do that, I can use the mailto attribute, but I don't think it's secure enough, and it's tedious to cut-n-paste the info into a database. Can someone can help me out with this!?

Also, the other page is a log-in page, and I want the customer to have access to his/her account to track the product or services down or what he/she purchased, and I would totally appreciate someone's help on these two requests.


Here is the link of the site that I'm working on (Click on the Log-in link) [a href=\"http://eliterealtysigns.com/dev/index.htm\" target=\"_blank\"]http://eliterealtysigns.com/dev/index.htm[/a]

Here is the New Account Form link: [a href=\"http://eliterealtysigns.com/dev/form/newacct.php\" target=\"_blank\"]http://eliterealtysigns.com/dev/form/newacct.php[/a]

Free-lance designer,
David A. Guzman
superguz2001@yahoo.com

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Hey,

If you're planning on database work I recommend using MYSQL + PHP with Sessions & MD5 for secure information like passwords etc. You can find out info through PHP Freaks tutorials...

If you need certain codes you can ask me. :]

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[!--quoteo(post=389415:date=Jun 29 2006, 12:49 PM:name=Ashh)--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE(Ashh @ Jun 29 2006, 12:49 PM) [snapback]389415[/snapback][/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]
Hey,

If you're planning on database work I recommend using MYSQL + PHP with Sessions & MD5 for secure information like passwords etc. You can find out info through PHP Freaks tutorials...

If you need certain codes you can ask me. :]
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Ok, I will look in the PHP Freaks tutorials, but for a TOTAL beginner like me, could this be done?
See, I don't understand things like MySQL , Sessions and MD5, what are they???



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For someone new I recommend going through tutorials and reading PHP Books. because it's pretty hard.

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