PHP Session Messages are a type of message that can be stored in the PHP session and displayed to the user across multiple requests. They can be used to display success messages, error messages, or any other kind of message that needs to persist across requests.
One example of using PHP Session Messages is to display a success message after a form submission. When the form is submitted, the PHP script can set a success message in the session, then redirect the user to a different page where the message is displayed. This ensures that the message persists across the redirect.
Here is an example of setting a success message in the session:
And here is an example of displaying the success message on the "thank you" page:
' . $_SESSION['success'] . '
// Clear the message from the session
PHP Session Messages can be implemented using various package libraries such as Symfony, Laravel or CodeIgniter.
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