On 03/04/2011 11:48 AM, Marc Guay wrote:
> I think that my suggestion is still a valid solution, someone correct
> me if I'm wrong.  Let's say your code went like this:
> session_start();

I did a ton of digging and came up with session_regenerate_id()

In my header.php I start the session as normal, and IF the user selects
"public terminal" I use the call set the session cookie length as 0 and
then regenerate the session cookie.

if ($public_term) {

This way it defaults to a cookie of X days, but if it's a public
terminal it resets the cookie to expire at browser close.

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