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Since I created user validation for some pages my login.php will not show on my site.

Thread began 1/05/2015 10:22 am by bbgd | Last modified 1/06/2015 1:36 pm by bbgd | 2098 views | 15 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Login page- there where duplicate sections of code, looks like you ran the security assist wizard multiple times to cause the duplicates. i removed the duplicate code.

also one of the validations was set to enforce a 6 character minimum on the user name, this was failing because the user name you are using is not 6 characters long.

Contact page: The connection was pointing to Connections/interprimus.php, but the connection file is named with an uper case I, i updated that to:

to fix the error.

the other errors that are on the page are a a result of your mail script.

in the ScriptLibrary/incSmartMailer.php file, you should change line 7:



also for the form element value, you should use isset, for example:
value="<?php echo $_POST['first_name']; ?>"

should be:
value="<?php echo(isset($_POST['first_name'])?$_POST['first_name']:""); ?>"

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