Martin wrote:

> The sessions-functions works really fine. But I got one Problem: How can
> I make the php-session last more then a browser-session? When the users

Now it isn't a 'session' for nothing, for your use I guess cookies and storage 
of state in database is a much better thing. 

to make a valid example just put an unique string in a cookie and store the 
user settings in the database (or file system in cause you're silly enough not 
to use a database ;) and then just fetch them when the user enters the page and 
the cookie exists. 

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