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#1 Irksome

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Posted 18 December 2005 - 06:18 PM

Hi,

I was recently looking through phpfreak's Membership System Tutorial, and found that there are some parts missing. For instance, the login_form.html and db.php files are missing from the tutorial. Could someone please direct me to a source code ZIP file for this tutorial, as that is also missing.

Thanks.

#2 DarkViper

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Posted 05 February 2006 - 07:35 PM

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Hi,

I was recently looking through phpfreak's Membership System Tutorial, and found that there are some parts missing. For instance, the login_form.html and db.php files are missing from the tutorial. Could someone please direct me to a source code ZIP file for this tutorial, as that is also missing.

Thanks.
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Personally its no big deal. Create a db.php with your database login information and connection. As for login_form.html, take what you learned and create your own :)
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#3 steelmanronald06

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Posted 06 February 2006 - 02:35 AM

The tutorial isn't meant to give you the script and say, "Here. Copy and Paste." It is a rough overview to teach you something. Don't copy and paste, you won't learn. I used the same tutorial, it taught me alot, but the same exact stuff was missing. taking what it did teach me, using the manual, and doing a bit of error checking I managed to get it working. After that I had learnt alot, and I have since expanded on that tutorial so much that it seems like it is professional. I use the tutorial as a base for all of my projects, and add to it the features I need for what the project calls for.