If they are static you could store them in another php file and include them.
HTTP is stateless, meaning one person can go from one page to another or
log out in between all of this. It also means there is no authentication
for users, you can not prove that one person is the same person the next
time he visits the page.
Without using GET or POST. I would go with cookies. In fact, I would go
This way, only the session ID is stored as a cookie, and you can store
the other variables on the server under $_SESSION['username'] and
$_SESSION['password']. This may not be the perfect solution to your
problem, but take a look. It's really useful. You have to run
session_start(); before anything else, and it does it all via
cookies(and sometimes through GET), but works very well in my experience.
You may also want to look at:
to control various aspects of PHP's sessions. I've found ini_set() with
sessions to be invaluable. Hope this helps!
--Joseph Guhlin - http://www.josephguhlin.com/
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