2009/7/3 Daniel Brown <danbr...@php.net>

> On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 23:27, Jason Carson<ja...@jasoncarson.ca> wrote:
> > Hello all,
> >
> > Do I have to add session_start() at the beginning of every page so that
> > the $_SESSION variables work on all pages or do I use session_start() on
> > the first page and something else on other pages?
>     Yes, unless you're using session autoloading.  Also, in most
> cases, you will only need to call session_start() once (before
> referencing $_SESSION), even if $_SESSION is accessed in an included
> file.
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Some people have a file called init.php, which would contain
session_start(); as well as other things that need to be done every page
load (connect to the database perhaps?) and they just 'require' that at the
top of every page.

Luke Slater

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