as in
        if (!isset($_COOKIE['user_data'])) {
                setcookie("user_data","",time()+(3600));        // set for 6 weeks 
nah.. that doesn't work either. It still creates a new cookie.

On Wednesday, July 3, 2002, at 10:05 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Is this a issue with register _globals = off.  try referencing it with
> $_COOKIE['user_data'].

> Trust me this does not work with php 4.2.1 and apache 2.0.39 from what 
> I am told if you get the cvs for apache 2.0.4 it should but I just down 
> graded to apache 1.3.26 and php 4.0.6 and eveything works like a 
> champ.....
> Just my .02 of course if you get it working let me know what you did as 
> I spent a week on it...

but since this isn't my server, I can't downgrade or reset settings. 

Thanks, so far..


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