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Old September 1st, 2005, 08:48 PM
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Dear,
I have multiple websites. Now each user has to login using different username & password for using different sites.
but I want to use central login system (in www.example.com/accounts) and user will be to login my all websites (may be different domain name or subdomain) using only 1 username & password.
How can I develop session which is accessbile to different domain. So far I know, session are only available to current path or current domain (/) or .domain.com) as sent by cookie.

I have experience of creating login session for only 1 website (www.classmates.xenexbd.com). But how can I develop single login for multiple site.

Note: I have no experience of using Class

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