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Online Library Magement System in PHP/MySQL


Simple Online Library Management System

  • Name of Project:     Simple Online Library Management System
  • Used Language:      PHP
  • Used Database:      My SQL
  • Interface Design:    JavaScript, HTML, Ajax, JQuery, bootstrap
  • Browser:                  Google Chrome IE8, Opera Mozilla
  • Software:                 WAMP/ XAMPP/ LAMP/MAMP

About System

  • Dashboard: Admin
  • Admin Profile


  • "Category"
  • "Status"
  • "Creation Date"
  • "Updating Date"
  • "Action"


  • "Authors Listing"
  • "Creation Date"
  • "Updating Date"


  • "Book Name"
  • "Category"
  • "Author"
  • "ISBN"
  • "Price"
  • "Action"

Issue Books

  • "Student Name"
  • "Book Name"
  • "ISBN"
  • "Issued Date"
  • "Return Date"
  • "Action"

Registrations Students

  • "Student ID"
  • "Student Name"
  • "Email id"
  • "Mobile Number"
  • "Registration Date"
  • "Status"
  • "Action"

Dashboard: User

  • "Profile"
  • "Changes Password"
  • "Monitor Books Borrow and Return"

How to setup this project

  • Download xampp
  • “Text editor” notepad++ or Sublime/ etc
  • Download the zip file/ Download winrar
  • Extract the file and copy “Online-Library-Management-System” folder
  • Paste inside root directory/ where you install xampp local disk C: drive D: drive E: paste: for xampp/htdocs,
  • Open PHPMyAdmin http://localhost/phpmyadmin
  • Create  database name library
  • Import library.sql file given inside the zip package in SQL file folder
  • Run the script http://localhost/Online-Library-Management-System
  • Password inside the file


Note: Due to the size or complexity of this submission, the author has submitted it as a .zip file to shorten your download time. After downloading it, you will need a program like Winzip to decompress it.

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1. Re-scan downloaded files using your personal virus checker before using it.
2. NEVER, EVER run compiled files (.exe's, .ocx's, .dll's etc.)--only run source code.


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