header("Set-Cookie: cookiemonster=$cookiedata; expires=$expire; path=/;
domain="domain.com", secure);

or go to http://home.netscape.com/newsref/std/cookie_spec.html to view even
more specs on it.  I just found this way of setting cookies to always work
compared to the php setcookie command which didnt always set on all
platforms and browsers.  I hope it helps!


> Hi, I have a problem with setting cookies...I am able to set cookies and
> retreive the information when using IE but not netscape. I'm not totally
> sure what the problem is. Here is the syntax that I am using, any
> suggestions are welcomed.
> $cookiedata = "Mmmm";
> $time = mktime()+900;
> $expire = date("l, d-M-y H:i:s", ($time));
> setcookie("cookiemonster", $cookiedata, $expire, "/", "domain.com.", 1);
> It needs to be secure, hence the 1. Also, I need the domain to be
> "domain.com" and it cannot be www.domain.com. Can anyone help me at all?
> Thanks!
> Max

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