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The below is constantly loading the password page no matter what is enter in the password input on the form (on another page). I have checked the $login variable by echoing it and it is carrying the value from the field.


if($off=="yes" && (!isset($_SESSION['login']) || $_SESSION['login']!="pass")){
    if($login=="" || $_SESSION['login']!="pass"){
    header('Location: ./index2.html');
    header('Location: ./index.php');
elseif($off=="no" || $_SESSION['login']=="pass"){
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My first feeling is messy code. never write it all at once use a switch statement to check for posts it is cleaner, neater and will always get the job done.  If you have a session make sure you have not only started it



registered it

session_register("user, pass"); ect.

deal with form data and session data in turn, not as a unit.

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