skyhrg Posted July 9, 2013 Share Posted July 9, 2013 Hi, I'm reading Head First PHP and the book talks about how superior the persistence is for using both cookies and session variables by resetting the session variables from existing cookie variables when you open up the browser again. But when you think about it, what's the point of using sessions again in addition to cookies, if when you're using both the cookies are already exposed? That is, I'm not talking about session ID cookies here, I'm talking about just copying the cookie variables straight onto the session variables - not getting an address or anything like that. Hope I made the question clear enough, thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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