[Pmwiki-users] programming question: window id
Thu Jul 8 21:05:31 CDT 2004
Forgive me if I don't know what I'm talking about, I'm no cookie expert,
but I think you can write a cookie to a computer and save it with any
name you like, so every potential window can check for the existence of
one particular cookie on the user's computer, and if found, it can act
Maybe some cookie experts can confirm / correct my understanding.
On Thursday, July 08, 2004 7:17 AM [GMT+1=CET],
J. Meijer <commentgg at hotmail.com> wrote:
> How would that work? Sessions are like cookies aren't they? I.e.
> there is no window-specific cookie, only site-wide cookies?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Steven Leite
> Subject: Re: [Pmwiki-users] programming question: window id
> > The key is to get hold of some unique identifier of the browser
> > window. Is there something available in the superglobals? Or do I
> > possible to also get the id of the window the current was forked
> > from, so its history can be passed on?
> > Help much appreciated; I'll share the final code :-)
> Well, it seems to me the easiest way would be to store a cookie on
> the user's computer to store all that information, and make it
> expire after some time. That would take care of your multiple
> window and session problem at least.
> And as much as people don't like cookies (?) I think they're here to
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