Today’s tutorial is a bit “against the grain” for how we normally think, as far as navigation in web applications, goes. For us, that is because …
- Instead of our usual $_GET (ie. equating to ? and & web address bar URL parts) and $_POST (or even $_FILE uploads) we consider the use of serverside (PHP) cookies via use of $_COOKIE
As well as that new tab live run access method for sender_of_cookie.php parent’s supervision of receiver_of_cookie.php child (within HTML iframe element) navigation, there is nothing wrong with the parent being an iframe itself as per the access method below …
You can also see this play out at WordPress 4.1.1′s PHP Cookies Navigation Primer Tutorial.
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The PHP $_REQUEST is like a superglobal associative array that consists of …
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