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Re: What's New
Gordon McComb wrote:
> Could you post some basic code that shows doing this? I'm sure everyone
> be *too* easy! <g>).
y'know, i prefaced the message you were replying to with a story about
walking back from a bagel store and it never occured to me to use
in any case, the idea was that you would store the URL of a local page in
a variable in the header frame, and then use it to send the user back to
the the last local page accessed if the user wanders off to an outside
now, i've implemented it using cookies. unfortunately, it isn't working.
i'm using the standard GetCookie and SetCookie functions available
everywhere, but i just can't get the cookie to set properly (no pun
intended). basically, i've named the cookie "return", the value to be
stored as parent.right.location.href, but 1. i don't see a cookie entry
in my cookies.txt once the user leaves the local site 2. i get a URL not
found on this server.
if some kind souls can hop on over to the site in question and figure out
what's wrong, i'd appreciate it. i may even consider fathering your
children, "may" being the operative word.
the site is at http://www.odyssee.net/~apathy/showcase/testbed.html .
simply click on the hyperlink in the bottom right hand frame that brags
about how many people have visited my public site. then hit the return
graphic that appears in the header frame. that should give you the error
message as outlined in point 2 above. the script for setting the cookie
may be found in intro.html, the first page that appears in the bottom
right hand frame. the script for getting the cookie appears in
header1.html, which is the file with the return graphic.
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