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Sent by James phipps on December 03, 1999 at 13:42:02: - feedback #646

Comments:
I feel that if my computer info is worth setting a cookie in
then I should recieve payment for the info in the cookie that is sent back

HOW DO I SEND THIS REQUEST BACK TO THE SENDER

IS THERE ANY SOFTWARE THAT WILL ALLOW ME TO DO
THIS


Sent by Harold Koenig on March 02, 2000 at 19:58:51: - feedback #889

Worth:
Very worth reading

Comments:
Form>Cookie>Form provided pretty good code - EXCEPT - and this is a killer for what I neede it for -- when I have method="post" in my
<from> tag for some reason it
doesn't work anymore. It doesn't appear to "get a chance" to write the cookie.
I know SOME cookies are happening because I write a test cookie to make sure the form uses accetp cokkies.
But when they fill out the form (which is on earthlink's site which uses some pre-fab CGI stuff)
though the CGi works fine, the information doesn't get stored in the cookie.

So I'm trying to figure out what
exactly <form method="post">
does to produce a work around.
Frustrating!


Sent by Charlie Essers on March 18, 2000 at 16:08:56: - feedback #952

Worth:
Very worth reading

Length:
Just right

Technical:
Just right

Comments:
After searching high and low for tutorials on using cookies with Javascript for my personal webpage I was overjoyed to stumble across this article! Thank you, thank you! Wonderful layout, great information and it WORKED.


Sent by binojas on May 10, 2000 at 13:27:59: - feedback #1206

Length:
Just right

Comments:
What does the term "cookie" mean in the world of computers?


Sent by Thirupathi Reddy on May 26, 2000 at 04:49:02: - feedback #1289

Worth:
Very worth reading

Comments:
I could able to solve my World Around time.. This i am keeping today at my personal web page
Thanks



Sent by atul tak on September 08, 2000 at 05:02:41: - feedback #1729

Length:
Just right

Comments:
it is very good article



Sent by oliver on October 02, 2000 at 12:42:17: - feedback #1816

Length:
Too long

Comments:
Hi
Im studing the university and I have a project where i need give a solution:
we have 4 domain wwww.com
xxxx.com
yyyy.com
zzzz.com
and I want that a unique cookie is doing written for any of four domains and
could be read for any of four domains.

Similar to Doubleclick do.

Is it possible that cookie could be read by different domain whose was writte?
Do you know if exist some option in the cookie parameter (domain) it could be read for multiple domains?
Could you please give me some reference to sites, peoples about this subjet.

thanks in advance


Sent by J Pointon on October 18, 2000 at 11:22:54: - feedback #1880

Worth:
Very worth reading

Comments:
This article is excellent.

It provided just what I needed to solve some problems on my own websites.

Thank you very much.


Sent by viper on January 31, 2001 at 09:22:01: - feedback #2308

Comments:
Superb


Sent by geerald lieberman on July 23, 2002 at 17:08:19: - feedback #4020

Technical:
Too technical

Comments:
i need more simple imformation


Sent by speavey17 on December 10, 2002 at 14:48:15: - feedback #4310

Worth:
Worth reading

Length:
Too long

Technical:
Too technical

Comments:
how do i get a cookie i need to have one to get on my aol account from comcast rrrrr gosh this is so upseting


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