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Can I do this is Cookies Tool Kit?

Thread began 6/26/2009 2:10 am by james261375 | Last modified 7/20/2009 1:29 am by james261375 | 3627 views | 4 replies


Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  Yes cookies toolkit would be used for something like this.

You would set a cookie when they fill out the form and use the behavior onLoad "go to page if cookie exists" to skip that page when the cookie associated with already filling it out exists.  

Hi Ray

Thanks I'm just putting this together and I have a couple of questions.

Do I need to set the Set the Cookies Value or Store the form in a Cookie and if so what sort of details do I need.

And then once I have a cookie on the Redirect, which I have set on the Body tag, what is the value that I have to set.

Are there any tutorials on this? I've found the remember me samples which seem to be the nearest but I'm still having problems.

Thanks in advance.


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