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Old January 17th, 2004, 09:43 AM
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Hi I have a study website that lets students come in and take tests etc.
But I'm going to be setting up so many tests and pages.
If a student comes in one day to take a test and then half way through they stop and leave my website then I would like to automatically save where they were last up to in the test and then when they next come back to my site display a link and a date to where they were last up to in the test so they can navigate directly were they left off.
I tried to set up a cookie script posed at this web site:
It's just what I was looking for and it works but the link back to the page were I was at, was wrong instead the link sent me to the directory root. but not to the right page.
Does anyone have a better script? or suggest another way?

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