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Login URL - To go back to previous page

Thread began 9/03/2009 2:07 pm by larsentim278054 | Last modified 9/04/2009 2:15 pm by larsentim278054 | 1206 views | 5 replies


That gives me a php error pointing exactly to the line where I added the code you told me to put there. So what should I change it to?

This is the error: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ';'

EDIT: I figured it out. You added an extra ';' - it should be: ?accesscheck=<?php echo($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']); ?>

It works fine now.

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  create the login link on any page:
<a href="login.php?accesscheck=<?php echo($_SERVER['PHP_SELF'];); ?>">Login</a>

This will pass the currant page in the accesscheck url variable so that login will send you back there.  

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