I am making a login page, but I am not sure how the structure works. I have the php file that checks the login, but that's not a webpage. Do I have to make a separate html file for the next web page after the php file checks the person's login? Thanks.
Answer Hi Dee,
Here is the structure.
1). Login page, where user logs in.
2). Success page, when user enters correct username/password, he/she will taken to this page.
3). Failure page, this is when user does not enters the correct username/password. Normally, when user enters wrong login details, he/she will be taken into the login pages (1) again with a message, rather than sending to a different page.
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