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  1. Edit: Nevermind do not worry about this thread. Apparently my action attribute for my login form should have been "index.php?p=login". When I give correct login info, it works correctly so I just need to fix the conditional for when the login info is incorrect. Okay so I tried setting up a modular website with the standard header + left sidebar, content, and right sidebar + footer. I also want to include the ability to register / login and put up a "Home | Login" or "Home | Settings" links up at the to of the header depending on whether someone is logged in or not. Now, for some reason when someone logs in successfully and the $_SESSION array is supposed to take in the data from the users table and then head to index.php, it seems that the $_SESSION array is not being set at all... it is empty. I am trying to figure out exactly what is going wrong here. Here is part of my login page: if(mysqli_num_rows($user_check_result) == 1) { //start of valid single match $_SESSION = mysqli_fetch_array($user_check_result, MYSQLI_ASSOC); //update most recent log in $last_logged_query = "UPDATE users SET last_logged_in = NOW() WHERE user_id = {$_SESSION['user_id']} LIMIT 1"; $last_logged_result = dbc_query ($dbc, $last_logged_query); if(mysqli_affected_rows($dbc) != 1) { //if one row was not affected $notes['last_logged_in_failure'] = "There was an error recording the login."; }//end of one row not being affected mysqli_free_result($user_check_result); if(isset($last_logged_result)) mysqli_free_result($last_logged_result); mysqli_close($dbc); $exit_url = BASE_URL . '/index.php'; header("Location: $exit_url"); exit(); } Also, since the else clause after this if clause is not being executed, and the page is being redirected to index.php I assume that the $_SESSION variable is being set. For some reason the redirect seems to be losing the $_SESSION array when it goes over to index.php. I even had to separate the login.php script into a login.inc.calc.php script to be executed befor ethe header.php file and a login.inc.out.php to be executed after the header.php file since a redirect has to occur before HTML output. A rar file of everything (except images) from my site (only 11kb because I just started it) is located here: http://ipredict.danconia.us/ipredict.danconia.us.rar This whole modular thing is making things a bit confusing and I'm wondering whether it's really worth it... if it might not be worth it to go back to the non-modular way of doing things. On the other hand I don't want to back down from a good challenge. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you! Edit: Also, for the record the first real line in index.php is a require('./includes/config.inc.php'); and that config file's first line is start_session(); so I just don't get why that wouldn't be occurring: /* * index.php (homepage) for http://iPredict.danconia.us * Script created by Kylan Hurt * http://kylan.danconia.us */ require('./includes/config.inc.php'); $errors = array(); $notes = array();
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