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So I'm getting the following error after I loaded my site to my server, "Error in SQL syntax." I checked with my hosting provider, Hostmonster, and confirmed that they support MYSQLi. I built my php coding off the folowing tutorial, https://www.youtu

Thread began 5/25/2015 10:50 pm by jamel | Last modified 6/02/2015 2:23 am by jamel | 911 views | 17 replies

jamel

I don't have the security assist just the server behavior extensions.

When I open the MySQLi Log In user I don't see "return to last visited page" I only see "return to restricted page (when applicable)" are these the same thing?

In addition, every page is suppose to be restricted to the user's username and password and while you are able to login in with a username and password the pages are 1) not restricted if you enter the url to the restricted page and 2) do not seem to be pulling the user information from the database as the account.php page is suppose to say "Welcome 'user.FirstName' 'user.LastName"! Issue 1 is the same for every restricted page and issue 2 is the same for the update.php page where the user can update their information (side note, this page does not work, I've tried to change my password a few times and nothing happens).

These are the final bit of issues that are keeping me from completing the structure of the website so that I can move on to the content of the website.

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