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Top Forums Web Development PHP Help - Delete cookies and redirect back to referrer Post 302373117 by Adrnalnrsh on Thursday 19th of November 2009 12:22:48 PM
Old 11-19-2009
PHP Help - Delete cookies and redirect back to referrer

I was wondering if any one would be willing to help me with this.

I'd like to create a 503 error page using a PHP script that will do the following:

- delete all cookies that contains 'something' in the host and 'JSESSIONID' as the cookie name. There are either 1 or 2 cookies that each user will have.
- redirect them to the referrer that sent them to this php script in the first place.

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