Logged In!"; echo "Welcome $_SESSION[username], you are logged in. Logout"; } else{ ?>


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30){ die("Sorry, the username is longer than 30 characters, please shorten it."); } /* Checks that username is in database and password is correct */ $md5pass = md5($_POST['pass']); $result = confirmUser($_POST['user'], $md5pass); /* Check error codes */ if($result == 1){ die('That username doesn\'t exist in our database.'); } else if($result == 2){ die('Incorrect password, please try again.'); } /* Username and password correct, register session variables */ $_POST['user'] = stripslashes($_POST['user']); $_SESSION['username'] = $_POST['user']; $_SESSION['password'] = $md5pass; /** * This is the cool part: the user has requested that we remember that * he's logged in, so we set two cookies. One to hold his username, * and one to hold his md5 encrypted password. We set them both to * expire in 100 days. Now, next time he comes to our site, we will * log him in automatically. */ if(isset($_POST['remember'])){ setcookie("cookname", $_SESSION['username'], time()+60*60*24*100, "/"); setcookie("cookpass", $_SESSION['password'], time()+60*60*24*100, "/"); } /* Quick self-redirect to avoid resending data on refresh */ echo ""; return; } /* Sets the value of the logged_in variable, which can be used in your code */ $logged_in = checkLogin(); ?>