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  1. Hi Antonio, Thank you for taking your time to help me. I really appreciate it. I finally found the issue. Which is a bit stupid. It was just the activation link in the registration.php page it was missing the 'x=' before the actual get user id query All the best
  2. Hi Antonio, My apologies, I didn't think of putting code. I believe the problem is that in the link sent by email it looks like this http://uel-kbs.co.uk/activate.php12&y=3c6e0ec639a3d4b9127ca4e68fbafe50 So the browser is actually looking for the file activate.php including rest of variables. Which is why it cannot find it on the server as the file is just activate.php I know the rest of the variables in that file name represent the user id and status active ( x, y) but how would it know that it actually has to go to the activate.php page? Here is the part of the code from th
  3. Hi Guys, I have been using Larry's book recently and I must say it is amazing how straight forward it is and how much is helping me learn PHP and MYSQL. My question is from chapter 13. I managed to make everything work beside the activate.php page which I send to the user via email so they can activate their account. When they click on the link from the email the browser doesn't find the page although it is in the same folder on the server as the other files. What can be the cause of that? Kind Regards, Adrian
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