> I don't think this will work. Aren't cookies only supposed to be sent
> back to the host that sent them? Or can it be as broad as "the domain
> that sent them"?
>Maybe I'm misreading the question, but...
You can set a general cookie @ .domain.tld, which will later be accessible from
$anything.domain.tld. One limitation though, that still hasn't been cured, is
that you can't access it from the domain name *without* a hostname - domain.tld
wouldn't be able to access them, whereas www.domain.tld or web.domain.tld would.
Silly really. :)
A workaround is to include() a check at the top of all pages to make sure there
*is* a hostname, and send a header() redirect if there isn't.
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