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----- Original Message -----
From: "Julien Bonastre" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; "Tony Harrison"
Sent: Saturday, September 28, 2002 3:21 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Multiple Domains in cookie?
> GREAT Q!
> I have been trying to play with my cookies for a while now for this same
> And to no avail..
> It seems due to the structure of them and as long as the client (browser)
> sticks to the specifications you can only access a cookie belonging to
> same host..
> For example, I am starting up a large "network" site base but I wanted all
> the sites even though they have their own unique domain to be able to have
> global member login system.. Catch is.. The only way for them to be able
> login to one site and then be able to freely go to another completely
> site also on our network they would still be logged in and hence they have
> this main ONE account that allows them access to all our network sites..
> So I studied the workings behind Terra Lycos and found their trick quite
> easily.. Since they have basically this same concept they too had to find
> And their's is very close to mine :) I had thought.. since it's HOST
> specific. Not the full domain.. that means that cookies only differentiate
> between: aaa.com and bbb.com..
> But not: one.aaa.com or two.aaa.com
> Therefore to create ONE cookie you set it's host for aaa.com and that way
> all your other site domains can be redirectors to the subdomain..
> Ie.. if you have aaa.com as your main site and bbb.com and ccc.com just
> those other two point to: bbb.aaa.com and ccc.aaa.com respectively..
> Don't think it's "unpro" because that's exactly what Terra Lycos does..
> For eg.. Checkout www.webmonkey.com (I'm sure many of you already know it)
> you soon see you'll be transported to: www.hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey
> This is because not only is webmonkey part of Terra lycos.. It's also
> Then I thought.. No way.. that can't be their trick surely??
> Yep.. Checkout all their other sites..
> More examples: www.angelfire.com goes to angelfire.lycos.com and
> goes to tripod.lycos.com
> it seems this is the idea.. that way.. if they login.. just set some
> (perhaps the SESSID so you can easily jsut reload the session on the other
> sites) on for example lycos.com as the domain and then all the subdomains
> can also use this freely..
> Use your domains as redirectors and you get a sweet system.. :)
> Julien Bonastre [The_RadiX]
> The-Spectrum Network CEO
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tony Harrison" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Saturday, September 28, 2002 7:25 PM
> Subject: [PHP] Multiple Domains in cookie?
> > Is it possible to specify more than 1 domain in a cookie?
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