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Boolean Loops With Cookie Behavior

Thread began 8/11/2009 7:29 am by doublehelix3216386358 | Last modified 8/14/2009 11:14 pm by doublehelix3216386358 | 1856 views | 5 replies


Thank you Eric, however, I was unable to get your solution to work as you suggested.

I copied the following line of code to the very first line below the <head> tag:


Nothing happened.

Do I need to enclose the line between "<" and ">" (or "/>")? Am I missing something else?

Remember, I am a novice, so you need to be *very* specific! :)

Doesn't the function:
"function WA_cookieRedirect"

need to be loaded before that command?

Also, there is no way to add this using the Behaviors window into the location you suggest. It has to be added elsewhere, and then cut and pasted into position. Not a biggie I suppose, but it would be much nicer if you could implement the Boolean logic into the command as I originally suggested.

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