Registration & Login with Email OTP verification using Jquery AJAX with PHP Mysql

However, in this post, we are using the OTP (One Time Password) method to verify the registered user’s email address. Email verification is an indispensable process to verify that registered users entered correct information when registering. This is also useful for preventing spam from being registered in our web application. For this reason, we verify the identity of the user and must confirm their email address. With this OTP method, if the user has provided us with a real email address, our system will send an email to that email address to confirm the email with the OTP number. All the user has to do is copy this OTP number and enter the email confirmation page that is loaded after submitting the registration form data. On this webpage the user must enter the OTP number and submit the form. After submitting the form, the user’s email address is verified.

Most dynamic websites have a user registration form. By filling out the user registration form, users can register on the website. Using the OTP code to verify a user’s email address on this registration form is the safest method of verifying a user’s email address. With this method, an OTP code is generated after the user submits the data for the registration form, and this OTP code is sent to the registered user’s email address. When the user enters the OTP code, the PHP web application checks the user’s email address against this OTP code.

In this tutorial, we will study the user registration process by checking email via the OTP method. Here we send the OTP code via email. When using this OTP code method, the user’s email address is verified after the user enters the OTP number received in their email address. Below is the source code of the PHP registration system with the email verification process using the OTP method. The source code tells you how to create a registration form after we have checked the data for a user registration form with PHP functions.

In the first step we need to create a database and tables. That’s why I created a database here with “webscodex” and “users” tables with identifier and email fields. Just create the users table as described in the SQL query.

I have created three HTML view login form, registration form and the dashboard for this code. submit form using Jquery AJAX to register using without refresh page.

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Registration & Login with Email OTP verification using Jquery AJAX with PHP Mysql

Originally published at on January 7, 2021.



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