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  • No matter how you feel about cookies, good bad or indifferent, they are an integral part of many webs. Why not unlock the mystery and write your own? Here's a quick rundown on this.

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  • Cookies are not transferrable across domains; the only domain that can access the cookie is the domain that created it. This article describes solutions to bypass this limitation using Active Server Pages.

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  • To create cookies in ASP is so easy. After creating cookies, you will store it in client's visitors. While creating cookies, you must notice to modify the expire date of cookies. Because life length of a cookies is in your hands.

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  • A cookie is a message given to a Web browser by a Web server. The main purpose of cookies is to identify users and possibly prepare customized Web pages for them. This article explains benefits of using cookies and shows how to create and retrieve them.

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  • This tutorial describes: What is a cookie? Sending and receiving cookies. Cookie properties and itemized values. Other cookie features.

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  • This tutorial describes: How ASP server uses cookies to pass an ID with the browser to link multiple HTTP requests together. How ASP server offers the session object to ASP pages to share information between multiple requests or pages. Different ways

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  • Learn how to read and write cookies with Asp.

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  • Learn how to read and write cookies with ASP through forms.

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  • You may have a situation where you have two ASP websites, which could be on different servers, and you need to pass a visitor from the first site to the second site, whilst retaining all the session variables. This is the purpose of the XSess Session

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  • Tutorial explaining how to read and write cookies and why they can come in handy. The tutorial also gives examples of how cookies can be used to personalize webpages.

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  • This quick and simple tutorial gives you an quick idea on how cookies are set & read by your scripts. Cookies are a quick and easy way to add any form of interaction to your site this tutorial gives you a quick 101 on how to use them in your scripts. A

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  • Get some information about those cookies you keep hearing about, learn how to create one yourself.

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  • This tutorial shows how to keep information from the user in your server (Session method) and how to share information between users (Application method). This is only a basic tutorial for beginners with only basic features are described.

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  • A basic information on using Cookies in ASP. An access counter is used as an example.

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  • This article describes three simple techniques which combine persistent cookie management and creative redirects to give users a consistent experience as they move through sites in different subdomains and domains.

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  • Session variables can store user-specific information for you. This tutorial explain how to configure your server and how they work (and when they don't).

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  • There are several ways to maintain state in ASP. This article takes a look at them, and a means to determine which ones are best to employ.

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  • This article will explain the problems faced with detecting cookies in ASP and address them one by one. You will then be presented with a cookie detection script written in ASP that you can use on your own site.

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  • Cookies enable you to write text directly to a users computer. This can be used to easily recognize if a user has been to your site before or used to prevent multiple entries in to forms. This example will take any input you type in and write it to a

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  • Cookies can be a good method for passing data between pages and especially for retaining data between sessions. Today, it's pretty safe to assume that anyone who is using your site can use cookies, since nearly every site that is non-static makes use of

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