they should be able to take a look at the sessionTest.php code and see that there is a problem.
the sessionTest.php page is a very basic page for setting session variables. there is nothing at all fancy going on.
It just sets the session if the querystring "test" is set, reloads the page and displays the value of the session variable and the session_id()
Neither the Session Variable or the session ID are behaving properly.
Don't even bring up powerCMS, at this point, PowerCMS is not a factor. Just concentrate on the sessionTest.php page.
It is a very basic PHP page using rudimentary session techniques, and it is not working.
the big red flag is the session id. it changes every single time the page is loaded.
A session id should stay the same for the entire browsing session. It should not change, but it is.