Download open source free PHP and Mysql login script
If you are a PHP developer for every new project based on CMS you have to design a user dashboard or admin login panel for that each time you have to repetitively code and create login panel. To get rid out of this repetitively coding, create and ease the process of creating login panel I am going to share with you an awesome open source php and mysql login script.
PHP and Mysql login script is useful, totally open source and free. It is using single table database to create time saving php login script.
This open source php and mysql script is totally based on MVC (model view controller) development model and can be easily customized and integrate into appropriate PHP based application and framework.
Some of the core features of PHP and Mysql login script are:
- main features: user can register, log in and log out
- feature: username cannot be empty, must be >= 2 characters and <= 64 characters (checked in PHP and client-side in HTML5)
- feature: username must fit the azAZ09 pattern (checked in PHP and client-side in HTML5)
- feature: email must be provided, email must fit email format (checked in PHP and client-side in HTML5)
- feature: password and password repeat check need to be the same (strict php string check ===)
- security: SQL injection prevention: everything is escaped with real_escape_string()
- security: passwords are hashed and salted using the offical PHP 5.5 password hashing functions
- security: (works 100% too in PHP 5.3 and 5.4 due to included function compatibility file (in “libraries”))
- security: user input is cleaned, your php app is protected against XSS attacks
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