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Posted on 2006-11-28
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hi

Please assist how can we redirect to another page when the user has successfully login?

      $result = mysql_query($myQuery);
      $row = mysql_fetch_array($result);
      $myID=$row["AccessID"];
      mysql_close();
      //test
      if ($myID==12345)
      {
            session_start();
            $_SESSION['AccessID']=$myID;
                                <-------------------------------------------------------------redirect to ../../main/index.php
                else { echo "Login failed."; }

Thanks.
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Question by:FrankPorter
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 350 total points
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header("Location: "../../main/index.php");

you have however to take care that there is NO output generated (print/echo/html) before the header function is run,.
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by:ch2
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If the file is moved permanently you can use like this.

<?php
header('HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently');
header('Location: http://www.example.com/redirecto.html');
header('Connection: close');
exit;
?>
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by:ch2
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Well as i read better in your case the first comment will do the job.
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by:jeffkee1985
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I usually put in Meta tags - to put headers in it can get messy and complicated, and may interfere with other header things.

echo "<META HTTP-EQUIV=\"Refresh\" CONTENT=\"0; URL=index.php\">";
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<< to put headers in it can get messy and complicated, and may interfere with other header things.

which are those headers thing? could you explain why get complicated? why messy?
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by:ygoutham
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setting up a meta tag might not pass on any variables between the pages. it is only a count and i have personally experienced difficulty in handling session cookies (irrespective of placing a meta tag after session_start(), placing values in cookies, etc) and have a meta tag with counter zero has no effect and sends the user back to the login page to relogin => creating a indeterminate loop.

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