> % The most common method is plain cookies. But if you want guaranteed > state, > > Sure, but I know that cookies won't work, so that rules them out.
Won't work, or you don't want to use them? > % So, this rules out a complaint about complicated URLs, because you don't > % have to type them. > > I may not have to type it as a programmer, but the user might have to > type it as a surfer. Why would the user have to type in a URL with a session id? Your session ids are only good while the user is active and they will expire after a certain amount of time. > % Why do you not wish to use URLs? > > Because they're cluttered and it puts the session ID also in the user's > goto cache. Again, why does that matter because that ID is only good while the user is active. When they log out, it's worthless, or after a certain amount of inactive time, it's worthless... ---John Holmes... -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php