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Display login and logout links from template file - Magento 1

In some special cases, we want to display login & logout links in some specific areas of our Magento themes. In such situations, we can use a simple code snippet on our template files.

<?php
//check the user is logged in or not
if (! Mage::getSingleton('customer/session')->isLoggedIn()){
	//if user logged on show the logout link
	echo "<a href="". Mage::helper('customer')->getLoginUrl() . "">" . "Login" . "</a>";
}
else{
	//if user is not logged on yet show the login link
	echo "<a href="". Mage::helper('customer')->getLogoutUrl() . "">" . "Logout" . "</a>";
}
?>

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