Another PHP programmer wants to access these 6 variables and use them within his PHP script to display to the user.
What I'm trying to figure out is some way to "present" these variables in such a way that this other programmer can pick them up and do whatever he (or she) wants.
I have had to discard using cookies as you would have to refresh your browser to get access to them, mainly because some of his users wouldn't understand. I have looked at PHP SESSIONS, but I haven't found anything suitable. I have also looked at localstorage and writing the variables to a text file saved on the clients PC.
I believe there is a suitable solution out there somewhere, and I'm hoping that someone on this forum might have an answer.
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"Another PHP programmer" could be interpreted many different ways.
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Terrymold, you missed the point.
What is the other PHP programmer writing :
- some code for your page(s)?
- other page(s) on the same site?
- page(s) for some different site?
- not a page at all but some data resource to be called via AJAX?
The precise scenario really matters!
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