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Description Cookies are a very useful; they can store usernames/password, preferences, last visits, etc. This short explains how to store information a user may type in at a typical website.

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Write and Read A Cookie

Cookies enable you to write text directly to a users computer. This can be used to easily recognize if a user has been to your site before or used to prevent multiple entries in to forms. This example will take any input you type in and write it to a cookie. A hyperlink to the same page is created to demonstrate on subsequent visits (within 3 days) the user will see their input rather then the text input box.

Cookies with ASP

Cookies can be a good method for passing data between pages and especially for retaining data between sessions. Today, it's pretty safe to assume that anyone who is using your site can use cookies, since nearly every site that is non-static makes use of them(including all ASP sites that use sessions). It is also possible to set and read cookies using client-side code, but it is a bit more difficult. Reading and writing cookies using Active Server Pages' built in Request and Response objects is incredibly easy.

Let's bake some cookies!

One of the problems on the net is that you seldom know whom your dealing with. Is it a newbie on your site, a regular guest or your boss? Wouldn't it be cool if you could display different pages to each of them? With cookies you can tag them, and know if they been on your site before etc. This turorial explains how to set and read cookies in ASP pages.

How to create and retrieve cookies using ASP

Cookies can be used to remember things about a user when they come back to your site. Cookies expire after a certain amount of time which you can set. Also, the clients browser must have cookies enabled for them to work. Here is a very simple example of creating a cookie and setting the cookie to expire in one year using ASP

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