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Login form does not process.

Thread began 7/16/2013 11:42 pm by Eric | Last modified 7/17/2013 10:28 am by Eric | 421 views | 2 replies |

Eric

Login form does not process.

Hi there,
I am using a custom login form design that came with an admin template package. However, when the login button is clicked and the form is submitted, the system doesn't seem to execute the PHP code, it only refreshes the page, with the submitted form information in the URL. You can view the page here (jubilusmusic.com/access/login.php). I've also uploaded the original PHP file. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

your form tag:
<form class="form-vertical login-form" name="LogIn_Basic_Default" id="LogIn_Basic_Default" action="login.php">

does not include a method attribute.

this will cause it to use the GET method, this is why the submited info is in the URL, the GET method uses the URL variables.

change that to use the POST method insteadL

<form class="form-vertical login-form" name="LogIn_Basic_Default" id="LogIn_Basic_Default" method="post" action="login.php">

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Eric

Ahah! That did it. Thanks for that catch! I'm surprised of all the things, I didn't notice that myself. But that's what I get for working until the early hours of the mornin.

Thanks Jason!

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