You are often told to set a different password for each account, but this is troublesome. A good option is to register and log in to popular websites through social media accounts , your account will be safe and you don’t need to set a unique password for it. If you need the services of a website, but you are skeptical about it, then you can use the “temporary email” service.
You could put the condition in the query itself if you’re not sure if it’s an email or username. $login=$_REQUEST [‘login‘]; $query = "select * from user_db where ( username=’$login‘ OR email = ‘$login‘) and password=’$password’". Edit: A PDO-like solution is much more preferred …
· You don’t need to create a function to determine if the user is logging in with an email address or a username. Just let MySQL handle it – here is an example: $name = $_POST[‘username’]; # userid can be an email address or a username
· In our program [log in & Signup Form with Email Verification], there are eleven PHP files and one is a CSS file means there are a total of twelve files in our user name folder. At first, on the webpage, there is shown only a login form and inside the login form, there is a signup now link to redirect the user to the first signup before login.
· I want to login in wordpress with username , email id and phone number. where I am inserting phone number in User meta at the time of User registration. Is there any hook where I can access user meta and validate it with password for login.
For the PHP login system, we use the MYSQL select query. With the help of MYSQL SELECT query, we select those database table columns that the user use to login. The user fills the username or email and password to log in. The developer of PHP uses the SELECT query to select a username, email, and password from the database columns.