nelsonm - 3:29 pm on Jun 26, 2012 (gmt 0)
If this is the wrong place to ask this question, let me know.
I set up a basic site login process for an online site i built based on what i learned from the php.net. I can log into the site from the first instance of the firefox browser, but when i start up another instance of the firefox browser and access the same site, it tells me that I'm already logged in. If i log off from one browser instance, it also logs me off of the other browser instance.
I need to be able to log into and off of different accounts from multiple instances of the firefox browser from one workstation.
I know that i most likely need to pass some sort of different session ID between the server and each site client. From what i've been reading, i think this should be able to be handled by setting or creating a different session cookie for each client browser instance on the server side. Session management between browser instances would then be handled behind the scenes. Is this correct, or would i have to pass a unique session ID between server and each client via client ajax calls to insure that the correct data is being sent the requesting client.
I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction with respects to some documentation or tutorial on the subject.