Each to their own, but I believe sessions will make it easier for you to
"know" who they are from page to page, for example when they post into a
forum or ask a question, it's all based on their user id.
FWIW, photocopying more than 10% of a book is breech of copyright as well...
even if it was in a library, so I don't like your chances.
To get started with sessions, I'd look at Kevin Yank's article on
it's been the basis of my entire session library.
on 19/06/02 12:45 PM, CÚsar Aracena ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> Thanks on the quote. Actually, I am wondering about the legal concern
> about publishing books in a site like this. It comes to my mind, that if
> only registered students are able to search trough this site, it will be
> just like an open University library. Of course the University would
> hold at least one hard copy of each book published and written
> permission of each author/editor. I think of this part as a "on-line
> library" of the University... does this make any sense?
> About the other point, when you say "decent" what are you suggesting?
> What would it be stronger and more reliable... a SESSION handler or http
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Justin French [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>> Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2002 11:23 PM
>> To: php
>> Subject: Re: [PHP] Incoming Development
>> on 19/06/02 9:35 AM, CÚsar Aracena ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
>>> b) An area where the students can read or download books, in
>>> to avoid having to spend so much money in photocopies.
>> That will be illegal :)
>> Everything else sounds good.
>> Start with a decent user/member/login/session system, then work your
>> from there.
>> Justin French
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