THE MOST UP-TO-DATE AND COMPREHENSIVE PHP REGISTRATION AND LOGIN SYSTEM COURSE ON THE INTERNET.
CODE IS COMPATIBLE WITH PHP 5.5, 5.6 AND 7 THE LATEST VERSION.
LAST UPDATED 9 May 2017
PHP Login and Registration system step by step -> One of the skill-set that is a must have for any PHP web developer is the ability to code a secure registration and login system. This course is designed to equip you with the fundamental skills needed to create a registration and login system using PHP and MYSQL Database.
Additional resources, quizzes, and assignments will be given throughout this step by step PHP Login and Registration system course, to continually test your knowledge.
You will not just learn how to write a PHP login and registration script but how to build and secure a PHP web application piece by piece.
Some Main Features:
1. Account activation by email, using PHPMailer PHP library
2. PHP Remember me functionality
3. Secured Password hashing with PHP hash algorithm
4. PHP Password Reset / recovery by email system
5. Protecting Against CSRF Attack with Unique secured PHP Token Generation
6. Custom Functions in PHP (A lot)
7. Change Password in PHP
8. Deactivate Account in PHP
9. Automate Task with Cron Job using PHP
10. Constantly update mostly based on genuine request from students
After completing this step by step PHP Login and Registration system course, you would have gained some useful and practical skills that will help you in your goal to become a web developer or give you an edge in your current job.
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I'll go over the broad topics we'll cover in the course, as well as how the finish product of the authentication system that we will develop in the course. I'll also covered what is required to take this course, target audience and the benefits that will be derived from taking this course.
In this lectures we'll go over creating a database and the table for storing user information and also create the project files.
Test your knowledge of PDO
In this lecture we'll code our database connection script and test our connection
Test students understanding of the concepts discussed in this section
In this lectures we'll design the markup for registration and login form, index and logout page.
In this lecture we'll learn how to validate our registration form
In this lecture we'll learn how to refactor our validation code and improve the functionalities
Creating a simple contact form to collect username, email address and message, this activity will help reinforce the skills learnt in this section such as validating HTML form, connecting and adding records to the database
In this lecture you will learn how to add password reset functionality to the auth system while in option 2 (Lecture 29) you will learn how to send password reset link to users email address and program the recovery script.
In this lecture you will learn how to use PHP Custom Functions to make code more efficient and clean.
In this lecture we'll pull in Bootstrap files and set up things
Enhancing Login, Signup and Reset Password Forms
Lets add the ability to remember logged in users when they choose to
In this lecture you will learn how to guard any PHP system and logout users automatically after a predefined period of inactivity.
Students will learn how to display registered users information from the database
Students will learn how to allow registered users update their record in the database using HTML form
In this lecture you will learn how to add and display a default profile picture for registered users
In this lecture you will learn how write a function that allows users to add a picture to their profile and moves the picture to a location that we define.
This quiz will test your understating of PHP Super Global Variables
In this lecture you will learn how to use PHPMailer class and Mandrill API for sending Email from localhost using WAMP Server, in the next lecture you will learn to how to prepare and send activation link to user email address.
P.S: As at the time of recording Mandrill API was still free, consider using the GMAIL option (See the PDF file for instruction).
In this lecture you will learn how to prepare and send account activation link to users as they register, you will also learn to change the database structure to accommodate changes.
In this lecture you will learn how to program account activation script and also update the login script to allow access to only those users that have activated their account.
In this lecture you will learn how to send password reset link to users email address and code the password recovery script.
Invalid Username Bug Fix (Highlighted by a Student.
In this lecture you will learn about Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attack and how to secure your PHP web app against such attack.
In this lecture you will learn how to add change password functionality to the system so that registered members can change their login password.
In this lecture you will learn how to program the functionality to allowregistered users deactivate their account and preserve the account information for 14 days (Facebook style).
In this lecture you will learn how to code the functionality to Auto Activate a users account if the user attempts to login within 14 days after deactivating their Account.
In this lecture you will learn how to delete the account and related properties of a user who has deactivated their account and has not logged in again after 14 days.
In this lecture you will learn to code the functionality that will auto delete accounts that has not been activated 3 days after registration, in order to keep the system clean.
In this lecture you will learn how to upload a system developed locally to a remote server so that it can be accessible over the internet.
In this lecture you will learn how to automate task using Cron Jobs. We create a PHP cron job task that will run once daily calling our script that will delete all non-activate account 3 days after registration and accounts that has deactivated and the user did not logged in after 14 days.
This is a safe and easy way to keep our database clean and free from inactivate accounts that can create a loophole in our system.
In this lecture, you will learn how to enhance the security of the current password reset functionality using time based token. We start be setting up the database, generating the token and sending it to the user’s email. In the next video we update the password reset script to accommodate changes.
In this lecture you'll update the password reset script, to accommodate changes made in the previous lecture.
In this lecture you'll learn how to delete already used or expired password reset token.
In this lecture we shall update the current flow for profile picture upload to make it more flexible and efficient. When a user upload profile picture we rename it with a random string and store the path in the database and also delete any old profile picture.
In this lecture we shall be fixing some bugs
In this lecture, you learn how to secure project database and mail credentials using a configuration file.
The article will show you how to download the source code and stay up-to-date with updates and bug fixes automatically.
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I am a professional computer scientist, web programmer and developer. My fields of expertise include Information Technology, Software Development and Web Programming. In 2007, I ventured into Software Programming and Database Administration. I graduated with a bachelor's degree in Software Engineering from University of East London, and I'm also a certified Oracle Database Professional (OCP).
I'm passionate about teaching and sharing my knowledge on various platforms. In 2008, I facilitated high-end trainings in Oracle Database, Linux Operating System, Oracle Financial 11i, and Web Design at KarRox and 2010 at NIIT. I am also the author of the best selling PHP user authentication course on Udemy.