send back information (post/get). What might work easiest is to have
jquery look for a given cookie upon page render, and if it doesn't
find it, then do an ajax call to the server. On the server side,
update to true if you receive the ajax call.
That aside, why would you need to know in the backend if a user is
On 16 April 2010 13:50, Paulo-WORK <pauloworkm...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hello and thanks for any replies that this message may get.
> I have a issue to solve regarding PHP.
> My website relies heavlly on jquery and does not dowgrade properly.
> I use codeigniter framework as this website has a backend .
> Is it possible to detect if js is on with php?
> And if so can it be set into a variable?
> Paulo Carvalho
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