Creating a Login Form with PHP and MySQL Part 5
Add server behavior to your form in order to allow user to log in
In this video tutorial Sebastian teaches you how to create a login form using MySQL Administrator, Dreamweaver CS3, PHP, MySQL and CSS.
In this, fifth and last part of the tutorial he shows how to add server behavior to your form in order to allow user to log in.
Sebastian Sulinski is a web designer/developer with over 8 years experience. Education: BTEC HNC in Computing (Business Information Technology) followed by a Degree in Digital Media Development.
Sebastian is the director of Core Media Design Limited in Frome, Somerset.
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