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    that has nothing much to do with the login script (which is intended to provide the form for logging in!). what you need to do to continue a session is checking if the session says that the user is already logged in.
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    Ok, then I was on the right track. Working now, but maybe I should have explained the problem a little more in depth. What I meant was I assumed the problem was that I had that line in the wrong... section (for lack of a better word). Which I did, after playing with the code some more, I found/realized that because of where it was, my code only checked to see if the user was logged in (if ($_SESSION['loggedin'] == 1)) after the form was submitted.

    But thanks, hopefully I can use this as a reference for when I start adding to my classes.
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