There are many “moving parts” to this integration involving XUL source, PHP statements, and SQL statements. Most of the problems at this stage will involve either syntax or logic errors with PHP, or problems with the structured SQL statements. These errors can be difficult to track down, but these suggestions may help:
Sometimes we may want to use a web server to deliver the XUL files. To implement our login user interface by placing the XUL file on our web server, do the following:
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