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i am a student trying php. pls help me out i am confused
this is the code i typed:
<?php
$emailErr = "" ;
$email = "" ;
$error = 0 ;
if ($_SERVER ["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") 
{
    if (empty($_POST["email"] ) ) 
    {
        $emailErr = "email is required" ;
        $errors = 1 ;
    }
    else
    {
        $email = test_input ($_POST["email"] ) ;
        if ( !filter_var ($email, FILTER_VALIDATE_EMAIL) )
        {
            $emailErr = "invalid email format" ;
            $errors = 1 ;
        }
    }

    function test_input ($data)
    {
        $data = trim($data) ;
        $data = stripslashes ($data) ;
        $data = htmlspecialchars ($data) ;
        return $data ;
    }
?>


<title> my website 


<h1 align=" center "> Login </h1>
" >
 EMAIL ID  
<span class="error">*<?php echo $emaiErr ; ?> </span> 
<br>
 PASSWORD 
<br>
<br>

<?php
if ( isset ( $_POST[ 'submit' ] ) && (errors == 0) )
{
    echo "<h2> Form submitted successfully.</h2>" ;
}
?>


What I have tried:

i have tried nothing as of now except for trying to change syntax but here i don't understand what to do.. pls help me out and also pls mention if there is a problem with the html part too.. thank you
Posted
Updated 27-Sep-18 22:15pm
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1 solution

If you indent your code properly (as I have done for you), you can clearly see there is a closing brace missing from your initial if statement.
   
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Member 14000568 28-Sep-18 3:52am
   
sir i tried it out and now it shows "Parse error: syntax error, unexpected end of file in C:\xampp\htdocs\ma1.php on line 49".. thank you for the help but pls help me out again
Richard MacCutchan 28-Sep-18 4:16am
   
Look at the text below the <title> tag in your HTML. What is the line that begins " > supposed to mean? Please make an effort actually to read through your code.
Member 14000568 28-Sep-18 5:37am
   
thank u sir i realized my mistake

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