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Thread began 1/07/2013 11:54 pm by akstudio | Last modified 1/08/2013 1:09 pm by akstudio | 587 views | 5 replies


This is the answer to the session issue:

To run PHP sessions, include the following code at the top of any PHP script that uses sessions:

session_save_path("your home directory path"/cgi-bin/tmp);

To find "your home directory path":

Log into the PHP Scripting page for actual path to your home directory.
Replace "your home directory path" with the path shown.

Set session_save_path to a directory within your cgi-bin: either /cgi-bin/tmp as in the example above or another directory as long as the absolute path is correct.

I should just be able to add the /cgi-bin/tmp path into the php.ini, right?

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