Ben Sinclair wrote:
> These are all workable solutions
Not really. JavaScrap and cookies are not a solution. They're a quick
answer which doesn't work 100% of the time. *IF* you're going to use
sessions, use a URL based session ID, which will work in 100% of browsers.
Not all browsers have cookies and/or JavaScrap eneabled, let alone have the
capacity in the first place.
> If I link to hidden images on non-secure servers, the browser will display a
> warning. I'm also trying to avoid buying multiple certificates when all I want
> to do is brand a site.
What EXACTLY do you want to track? User movement patterns? Hit counts? Ad
clickthroughs? Ad impressions? The proper solution to the problem depends
on what the goal is.
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