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  1. Hello i am new to this forum, with reference to Mr. Larry's book " PHP 6 AND MYSQL FOR DYNAMIC WEBSITES VISUAL QUICKPRO GUIDE" low price edition. Please, i have been trying to login a user for the pass two days but i am not getting it right because i can't access the login page without activating the account which is done by clicking the the link in the email. So the problem is i don't receive the email after configuring the sendmail.ini and the php.in for the email, therefore i am stuck and i can't proceed. i even downloaded thunderbird for sending and receiving the emails and also configure
  2. I have downloaded the entire auction application from Chapter 15. All my database connections work fine and my application does not throw any errors that I know of, but I cannot login to the site. I have tried different usernames and passwords, but none of them work. I keep getting the error message "The submitted values do not match what is on file" I did however comment out the call to the JavaScript file login.js which contains an AJAX call to another login.php located in the AJAX folder. this allowed me to receive a successful login message, so I know at the very least my application i
  3. Hi, I'm following the cms example (Chapter 9) in the book. On a pc with xampp with windows 7 operating system and I can't figure out why when I load try to get Quickform2 to load on my login.php page I get this error message: Warning:require(classes/PEAR_Error.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in C:\xampp\htdocs\site1\includes\utilities.php on line 5 Fatal error: require(): Failed opening required 'classes/PEAR_Error.php' *include_path='.;C:\xampp\php\PEAR;/usr/local/pear/share.pear') in C:\xampp\htdocs\site1\includes\utilities.php on line 5 I may be mistak
  4. The login.php script and add_page.php script, in Chapter 9, both begin by creating a new instance of quickform2 as $form. Then the script tests for "POST" in order to process the $form data ELSE display a blank $form for user input. How does the login.php script run twice without creating an empty $form object each time it runs? In other words, when a $form "submit" occurs; how does the $form object RETURN to the "if($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD] == 'POST" section of the login.php script, thereby, bypassing the beginning of the script. The beginning of the script would use the variable $for
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