PHP and MySQL Web Development
PHP and MySQL Web Development teaches the reader to develop dynamic, secure, commercial Web sites. Using the same accessible, popular teaching style of the first edition, this best-selling book has been updated to reflect the rapidly changing landscape of MySQL and PHP.
The book teaches the reader to integrate and implement these technologies by following real-world examples and working sample projects, and also covers related technologies needed to build a commercial Web site, such as SSL, shopping carts, and payment systems.
The second edition includes new coverage of how to work with XML in developing a PHP and MySQL site, and how to draw on the valuable resources of the PEAR repository of code and extensions.
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Basic Session Functionality Sessions in PHP are driven by a unique session ID ,
a cryptographically random number . This session ID is generated by PHP and
stored on the client side for the lifetime of a session . It can be either stored on a ...
Alternatively , you can manually embed the session ID in links so that it is passed
along . The session ID is stored in the constant SID . To pass it along manually ,
you add it to the end of a link similar to a get parameter : <a href="link.php?<?
Configuring Session Control There is a set of configuration options for sessions
that you can set in your php.ini file . ... 20.1 Session Configuration Options Option
Name Default session.auto_start 0 ( disabled ) session.cache_expire 180 none ...
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