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  1. Is it positioned relative? If so you * should * be able to do what you want with it...
  2. Try yelling at it, that usually helps.
  3. Definitely of big concern, thanks for the link.
  4. I understand a component is required to be installed on the hosting server?
  5. some testing around I've done proves that yes, switching to a hard-coded link to a "www" URL when you are coming from a URL that does not have "www" drops the session values. SessionID is in fact retained, but the values held in session are lost! Try it out here: renkai.com
  6. I was helping someone else with this issue. Actually the variables were being passed in the URL string in a non-www URL, and going to a URL with www, we thought that may be the problem. Just wondering if anyone here might be able to confirm if that is the case. For example, going from http--domainDotcom/file.php?col=bl&img=default&c=4&i=1 and then go to http--wwwDotdomainDotcom/file.php returns all empty strings from session vars.
  7. maybe you are looking for this
  8. I'm trying to maintain some session variables across pages in php. Does it make a difference if the variables are stored across pages wehre I go back and forth between "www" and without? What I mean is, if I store some strings into session variables using a page called "****/pagename.php", then if I link the user to "www.****/page2.php" would that cause those session variables to be lost?
  9. I'm not entirely decided but yes this may be a possibility. would the code line then be: >RewriteRule ^ https://server###.tchmachines.com/~username%{REQUEST_URI} [R,L]
  10. Hey duffs, I really need to start learning more about the PayPal options - do you have any quick link to information about that PayPal free cart? edit ... nvm I found it (google is my friend)
  11. Hi Andy, would you know of any htaccess script which would force all domain requests to the shared ssl address?
  12. Yeah both are good. Actually both is best; it depends ultimately on just how valuable your files are to you. If you place a significant value then you should use both just to be safe.
  13. Most likely means your ISP has some kind of restriction on use of outgoing port to send email. Ask them what outgoing server to use, change it to that and you should be all set.
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