PHP Login & Registration Module


This source code is about PHP Login System. It will help you understand how to login and logout functionality works. Sign up email verification, user registration, and forgot password features are included as well.

The basic idea is, we will have two user access levels: the ‘Admin’ and ‘Customer’.

If the ‘Customer’ is logged in, he can access pages assigned for him to be accessed, like the edit profile and index page for ‘Customer’.

If the ‘Admin’ is logged in, he can create, read list, update, delete and search users. See the full list of features in the table below.

Where’s the tutorial? We call this a tutorial because if your download the source code, you can ask me anything related to it. I can personally teach you the code and other tips you need.

That’s how we go about it for now. Formal tutorial or documentation of this code is coming soon. I’m currently working on it. Thanks for understanding!

PHP Login System Features

You can see the features and download it below.

Feature Login System
Login form with email and password YES
PHP Sessions are used to identify logged in and logged out users. YES
Hashed password stored in database YES
Register form YES
Password and confirm password fields YES
Check if password matches YES
Sending of verification link to email YES
Validation page of email link YES
Check if password is strong enough YES
Email sending works with remote host only. YES
Redirection to login page if not yet logged in YES
Forgot password page YES
Password reset link sent to email YES
Password reset page YES
Customer access to index page when logged in YES
Customer access to edit profile page when logged in YES
Customer change password page YES
Customer password and confirm password field when editing profile YES
Customer logout YES
Admin create user YES
Admin read users YES
Admin update user YES
Admin delete user YES
Admin change of user access level: Admin or Customer YES
Admin search user by email address YES
Admin users list paging YES
Admin edit profile YES
Admin logout YES
Admin change password page YES
Admin can change user passwords YES
Admin can manually change status of users (pending or approved) YES
Require login in admin index page, edit profile page and users CRUD pages. YES
Bootstrap enabled user interface YES
Free support for 6 months. YES
Free source code updates. YES
$50- Download source code

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Some Notes

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By Mike Dalisay

I'm Mike Dalisay, a pro web developer since 2010. I love web development. Improving our tutorials and source codes makes me happy. Do you want to suggest an edit to our tutorial? Got something to ask about our source codes? You may use our comments section below or email our team at [email protected]


  1. Hello Mike, I am just going through this tutorial and found issue with Step No. 7.3. Must be a common mistake, unable to find solution. As you mention here login screen will display on “http://localhost/php-login-script-level-1/login” but somehow its not. But when I add .php after /login it show the page.

    Even I followed all the steps till the end of this tutorial, even tried on local and on server. Login screen not visible.

    Please help.

  2. Hello Mike, I just bought the code for your PHP Login System. It all seems to work well! Thanks in advance for any help. I know I’ll have questions once I dive into the details of the code!

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