PHP Login Form with Sessions Session variables are used to store individual client’s information on web server for later use, as web server does not know which client’s request to be respond because, HTTP address does not maintained state. This tutorial enables you to create sessions in PHP via Login form and web server respond according to his/her request. To Start a PHP Session: To Store values in PHP Session variable: <?phpsession_start();$_SESSION['login_user']= $username;
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