This tutorial shows how to keep information from the user in your server (Session method) and how to share information between users (Application method). This is only a basic tutorial for beginners with only basic features are described.
This article describes three simple techniques which combine persistent cookie management and creative redirects to give users a consistent experience as they move through sites in different subdomains and domains.
This article will explain the problems faced with detecting cookies in ASP and address them one by one. You will then be presented with a cookie detection script written in ASP that you can use on your own site.
Cookies are not transferrable across domains; the only domain that can access the cookie is the domain that created it. This article describes solutions to bypass this limitation using Active Server Pages.
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.