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Remember Me This JavaScript is for use in forms that require user input; e.g., blogs which require users to type their name and e-mail address in order to submit comments. Users will have the option of allowing their information to be remembered. The script uses cookies to store and output the information.


Category: Cookie

Visit Counter This cookies records how many times the visitor has visited the page and writes to the page accordingly.


Category: Cookie

Save and Restore Form Cookies This JavaScript will save all of your form fields in a cookie. It includes all text fields, radio button selections, checkbox values, etc. When your visitor returns, all form fields are automatically repopulated with the same value that they entered on their last visit.


Category: Cookie

Remember Form Data Type whatever you like in the boxes, click outside the box, reload the page, and try to type the details again. This JavaScript uses cookies, so if you have them disabled it will of course not work.


Category: Cookie

To Do List Keep your To Do list up to date with this JavaScript. Demonstrates how to display, add and delete items from a list of cookies.


Category: Cookie

Memo Pad Visitors can make notes on your site and they will be stored in a JavaScript cookie until they return. The script includes an auto-save feature and the ability to print and e-mail the notes. The JavaScript cookie has a 4Kb limit.


Category: Cookie

Cookies in JavaScript The JavaScript Cookies provide a complete set of cookie functions. Designed for usability, they make all the details, like setting expiration dates, easy and fast. JavaScript functions makeCookie(), readCookie(), and rmCookie() provide the best solution for writing, reading, and removing cookies. Any JavaScript application now has the capability to access cookies and utilize all of their magical properties. The cookie functions provide high performance, and each one provides return values precisely indicating the success or failure of the requested operation. They allow you to use relative expiration dates, to easily let a cookie expire in a few seconds, hours, days, or years from the present time, or to create a 'session cookie' that safely vanishes when the user quits the browser. The cookie functions also allow you to choose the domain and path for cookies, or to create secure cookies that are accessible only through encrypted pages.

In this JavaScript, you can learn how to set cookies, get cookies, using cookies, change cookies, delete cookies, remove cookies.


Category: Cookie

Daily Welcome Cookie This playscript sets a cookie piece, with an alert window that only comes up the first time you visit the page each day. A funny effectfor calling attention to daily specials and news updates. Very easy to configure for working in other ways also.


Category: Cookie

Date and Time of Last Visit Display the date and time of the users last visit. Easy to implement. (Reload the page to see it work.)


Category: Cookie

Delete those cookies This JavaScript checks JavaScript cookie data and will delete all them if available.


Category: Cookie

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