On Fri, 2009-03-27 at 09:59 -0400, Ken Watkins wrote: > >>> On 3/26/2009 at 10:24 PM, in message > >>> <0a88dc6e-0655-4565-b9a7-e21337fc0...@bluerodeo.com>, dg > >>> <dane...@bluerodeo.com> wrote: > > On Mar 26, 2009, at 7:14 PM, Ken Watkins wrote: > > >> To keep up with their identities, I created a script for each family > >> member to run (dad.php, mom.php, etc.), and it sets a cookie on each > >> computer and uses sessions so I know who is connecting. > > >Each family member only uses her/his own page? Maybe set a unique > >cookie name based on each page? > > Hi. > > No, they all go to a common page. I may have to take Shawn's suggestion and > just have them login if I can't figure another way to do it. > > Thanks. > Ken > > > > You could have a landing page to the site, that consists of image links (you could use their photo for this?) and each link is in the order of page.php?person=mum etc. That would require an extra click, but no typing for a login, and should make the unique person process a bit more intuitive.
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