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[PHP] Very Basic Login Page
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As the title says this is extremely simple, not secure and is just 5 minutes worth of code. Didn't take long at all, just thought I'd share it.
  • Can't leave it blank
  • Must enter right username and password
  • Tweak it all you like.


PHP Code:
<html>
<
head>
<
title>Form</title>
</
head>
<
center>
<
body>
<?
php
/*
Snippit Made By BreShiE
SF Coders
*/

// Tells If The Button Is Pressed
If (isset($_POST["button"])){

//Username and Password variables
$user "breshie";
$pass "yourpass";

// Checks To See If The Text Boxes Are Empty
If ($_POST["text"] == "" || $_POST["pass"] == ""){
    echo 
'<script>alert("Please enter something into the text boxes!")</script>';
    }else{
    
// Checks to see if it's the right details or not
If ($_POST["text"] == $user && $_POST["pass"] == $pass){
echo 
'Correct User!!';
}else{
echo 
'Incorrect!';
}
}
}
?>
<form action="first.php" method="POST">
Username:
<br /><input type="text" name="text">
<br />
<br />
Password:
<br />
<input type="password" name="pass">
<br />
<input type="submit" name="button" value"Click Me">
</form>
</body>
</html> 

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#2
Please tell me this doesn't store in a text file.
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#3
Could you define the $user & $password within a separate file located off server, or encrypted?
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#Korra2018
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#4
Thats s nice script great work Smile
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#5
(12-01-2011, 03:34 PM)D3xus Wrote: Could you define the $user & $password within a separate file located off server, or encrypted?

Yes, just simply put the code into a seperate file, then on the index, at the very top of the PHP code, type: "require('yourfilehere.php')" then it should work. Try it out. Big Grin
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#6
(12-02-2011, 09:32 AM)BreShiE Wrote: Yes, just simply put the code into a seperate file, then on the index, at the very top of the PHP code, type: "require('yourfilehere.php')" then it should work. Try it out. Big Grin
Sounds sweet.
But what if I wanted to encrypt the file in a MD5 or some other encryption method, but still let it be readable by my site?
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#7
(12-02-2011, 10:09 AM)D3xus Wrote: Sounds sweet.
But what if I wanted to encrypt the file in a MD5 or some other encryption method, but still let it be readable by my site?

I would take a look at Code Eclipse.

@Breshie, I know that this is basic, but you should at least use MD5.
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(09-05-2011, 08:36 AM)Orgy Wrote: If you understand what you're doing, you aren't learning anything. ;)
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#8
This isn't intended for someone to actually use it as a login script, actually I insist that you don't. It's just there for an example of a page, not actually meant to do anything.
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#9
(12-03-2011, 10:53 AM)BreShiE Wrote: This isn't intended for someone to actually use it as a login script, actually I insist that you don't. It's just there for an example of a page, not actually meant to do anything.
I might go with Code Eclipse; thanks for your help Big Grin
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(12-03-2011, 06:25 PM)D3xus Wrote: I might go with Code Eclipse; thanks for your help Big Grin

No problem, I personally use it for some of my projects.
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(09-05-2011, 08:36 AM)Orgy Wrote: If you understand what you're doing, you aren't learning anything. ;)
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