I don't think you can disable the tree storing a cookie. I must say though,
it is going to get harder and hard to find sites that don't use cookies. It
is doable, but not pretty. Cookies are good for you (if you eat them
sparingly) :)


> Howdy!
> I just recently got complaints from people visiting my web site. They
> have activated the "website wants to set cookie" alarm and they got
> lots of alarms when visiting my website. Since I never use any
> cookies it wasn't hard to find the cause: I wasn't aware that trees
> use cookies to store their state. Is there an option to disable this?
> (Cuz I don't want no cookies;)
> --Ragnar

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