Not a problem! I can make some adjustment to the $user_detail['']
(session_id()) to make it work as $_SESSION[''].
"Erik Price" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> On Wednesday, June 26, 2002, at 02:37 PM, Scott Fletcher wrote:
> > I didn't know that. Thanks for the info. I think it would be best
> > that I
> > not use php.ini.
> On the contrary, I think it would be best if you read through it and
> read about it at http://www.php.net/manual/en/configuration.php .
> Putting it off will only cause you trouble in the long run.
> > I can write the script to register the variable. What would be a demo
> > script that would work? I'm having a little trouble understanding that
> > on
> > the php.net website. Most of the script that use global variables came
> > from
> > hyperlinks. I have no form method like "post" or "get".
> If it doesn't have "post" or "get", then your data is probably in the
> $_GET array. But you should always use the "method" attribute of the
> "form" tag.
> > I have one website that use session. Like session_start(),
> > session_register(), etc. How would this be affected and what is the
> > work
> > around to this one.
> You now refer to a session variable as $_SESSION['variablename'].
> Erik Price
> Web Developer Temp
> Media Lab, H.H. Brown
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