Without knowing how your chat works as far as entering the chat, you DO have to put some sort of name with the person, right? Perhaps you could just update a temp table with their chat name..
Or if you can only get into chat by logging into the site, you could just set a bit with their cookie data or something.. Is this not what you wanted to do? (I guess I should have asked you to elaborate :) ) Just throwing suggestions out there -Jason Oliver Witt wrote: > Jason Young schrieb: > > >>What's the chat built in? Is this web-page-based, telnet-based? >>Is this your code (i.e. you have access to the source and can modify it >>on-the-fly)? >> >>Oliver Witt wrote: >> >>>Hi all, >>>Here's my problem: >>>I created a web site with a chat. People have to log in to get on the >>>site, but not to get into the chat. I can tell who's on the site but not >>>in the chat. Is there anywhy to tell who's in the chat? >>>Thanks, >>>Olli >>> > > > Yeah, I wrote the chat, it's php. I have access to everything. > Olli > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php