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Thread began 10/29/2009 12:19 pm by jenkolaka19379118 | Last modified 11/06/2009 12:51 pm by jenkolaka19379118 | 2340 views | 9 replies

Douglas Fox

'Bind' Session Variable

More Newbie questions!!! Any help is really appreciated. :) This is basically a problem I need to solve too.

I can see how you created the session variables, but how do you 'bind' them to the user pages?

Really what I would love to do is put the code in the template so that all my pages will get the same message (i.e. "Welcome John Doe"). I just can't figure out how to reference the session variable within the HTML section of the page.

Also, how would I go about hiding the "Welcome John Doe" if the user wasn't logged in? Am I able to pick up on session variables in the CSS file somehow?????

Doug Fox
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