Wed, 7 Feb 2001 12:34:37 -0700
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On Wed, Feb 07, 2001 at 12:35:46PM -0600, davidb wrote:
> CookieDomain .yourdomain.com
> *it must have at least two periods or browsers will ignore it.
> What does this mean? Do I insert ..https://www.***.com or what? And
> where/how would it go?
All this means is you cannot set a cookie for (for example)
CookieDomain .com, as it doesnt contain enough dots (in theory). Setting
it to .yourdomain.com will work, as that contains two dots and will not
make the browsers privacy features suspicious.
Jason Kohles -- email@example.com phone (801)364-0185
http://www.mediabang.com/ fax (801)364-0186
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