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Logout of Private Message for Form Creator Form CMS

This script is called message-logout_.php

The Logout of Private Message for Form Creator Form CMS script is one of a group of PHP scripts that handle both the administrative and end-user aspects of a general purpose HTML Form Creator that allows not just input boxes but multiple selection enabled select/option lists as well. In addition to the expectable editing scripts for both administrative and end-user functions, there's also a Search and Match script so that users can use the scripts to find other users with various individual or group commonalities, including proximity searches, i.e., find all the users within various distances. There are even private messaging scripts.

In case you wonder why private messaging is related to a general purpose HTML Form Creator, the answer isn't really that odd. Although there are a zillion possible uses one can put custom, administrator-created forms to, and equally as many form configurations one can create, the two most prominent uses we envisioned when we created our HTML form creator are matching apps for individuals and matching apps for groups. An example of the former is dating site apps like Match.com and an example of the latter is MC (Microcommunity) Search and Match — Search for Compatible Groups. If you don't yet know what MCs are, feel free to go to The Big Answer and find out. It should be obvious that the first thing one does when looking for compatible people—either as individuals or groups—is contact the ones the matching apps find that you are compatible with. So our apps provide a link to a personal messaging script in both our matching script search results and in our Private Messaging Inbox, on this page. In the latter, when a user contacts you, you may use the provided link to reply.

In short, then, whether you want to make a form where clowns, boy scout troups, gays, stamp collectors, bird watchers, swingers, Elvis lovers, conspiracy theory advocates, or others find one another according to various compatibility standards you devise, or simply make a form unrelated to compatibility, matching, or searching, our form creator scripts will allow you to handle both the administrative and end-user aspects of a general purpose HTML Form Creator that allows not just input boxes but multiple selection enabled select/option lists as well. Let your imagination guide you in your usage of our CMS system for form creation and use.

The purpose of this script is to provide a way in which the user can logout of the private messages scripts.

First, we start up a session (in the checkid_.php script) and then make sure the $_SESSION['sessionid'] is set, showing there must have been a login.

When we use the checkid_.php script to ensure that the session id variable is set, we send the user to register-with-captcha_.php if it is not.

The session_unset() and session_destroy() functions are used now to trash all session variables and kiss the session goodbye.

Finally the user sees "See you soon!" and he is sent to the HTML Form Creator—Login to Profile and Account Management script.

The script below is called: message-logout_.php



// message-logout_.php


echo '<script language="javascript">alert("See you soon!"); window.location = "login_.php"; </script>';