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j Query simplifies using AJAX with several shorthand methods for the basic AJAX methods.

You can create an interaction for this that will appear very slick to the user.

With j Query's AJAX functionality, you can avoid page reloads or redirections to other pages (Figure 4.1).

The last step you need to do in the validation procedures is to give users a way to log in to their account.

In my first Instructable "Getting Arduino data to a web page" I talked about refreshing the data by using the Meta command to refresh the My SQL data content.

Complex requests can be made to databases operating in the background.

When new users register to use the Web site, they need to have unique user names.

You can then start building the PHP file that will respond to the actions the AJAX functions will request.

Photographers who want to share their images and perhaps write articles on photography will need a way to register information with the site that will allow them to log in and gain access to site features not accessible to nonregistered users.

The AJAX engine will send the requests to the PHP scripts on the server without disruption to the user experience.

With the PHP file ready to go, it is time to build the j Query AJAX functions.

Simply put, AJAX (Asynchronous Java Script and XML) lets you use Java Script to send and receive information from the server asynchronously without page redirection or refreshes.