>>> On 3/27/2009 at 8:10 PM, in message <49cd6b07.6010...@mac.com>, "Michael A.
>>> Peters" <mpet...@mac.com> wrote:
Ken Watkins wrote:
>> I have set up a blog site where my family creates posts and they get emailed
>> to members of the family. 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. It
>> works great unless I want to share a computer between two users.
>> I thought I had a solution: install both Firefox and IE on the same computer
>> and set two different cookies. But this doesn't seem to work. My question
>> is: Is it possible to set one cookie for IE and another for Firefox so that,
>> depending on which browser is used, I can tell who is connecting to the
>> blog? If this is not possible, is there another easy way to do it?
>> Thanks for your help.
>> - Ken Watkins
>Why not just use session cookies that expire as soon as a session is
>over (browser quits) and use a login?
Thanks for the suggestion. I'm trying to keep it as simple as possible with as
few keystrokes (for the user) as possible, but your suggestion may be the best
way to go.
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