Login page with jQuery and AJAX

A Login page is one of the basic requirements when creating a registration based website where the user can register to the website and sign in to its account to manage.

In this case, you can use AJAX to create a user-friendly login page.

With AJAX you can directly check the entered username and password are correct or not in MySQL database without reloading the whole page.

If the user is registered then redirect the user to a home page otherwise display an error.

Login page with jQuery and AJAX

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Create Simple Login Page with PHP and MySQL

Login page allows the registered user to access the website and manage its account by entering its username and password.

User SESSION is been created on a successful login attempt.

This helps to detect the user is actually logged in or not when going to other web pages and it also helps to display content according to the user.

In this tutorial, I show how you can create a Login page with PHP and MySQL.

Create Simple Login Page with PHP and MySQL

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How to create Pagination with PHP

Pagination helps us to split the large list of records into multiple pages.

This improves the UI and page load time.

It limits the number of records visible to the user and requires navigating through pagination control to view another list.

In this tutorial, I show how you can simple pagination with the Next and Previous button with PHP and MySQL.

How to create Pagination with PHP

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AJAX Pagination with jQuery and PHP

With pagination, you can divide the large list of records into multiple pages.

The user will only view specific numbers of records at a time and require to navigate to view another list of pages.

You can create this with the only PHP or use jQuery AJAX to load pagination data without page reload.

In this tutorial, I am using jQuery AJAX to create pagination.

In the demonstration, I am creating a table layout to display the list of records and use next and previous buttons to navigate.

Ajax Pagination with jQuery and PHP

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