Question: How can I determine if a visitor has cookies support enabled in his/her browser? [ Print this FAQ]
Answer: There are a number of ways to determine whether or not a user has Cookies enabled in his or her browser. The simplest, and cheapest, way to accomplish this is fairly straightforward: -- In
Page1.asp create a cookie and redirect the user to
Page2.asp, check to see if the cookie exists. If it does, then the user supports cookies, else he doesn't!
FAQ posted by Scott Mitchell at
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