joined:June 30, 2008
I set up a basic php session login process for an online site i built based on what i learned from the php.net and other sources. It works in that after the user session variable $_SESSION['Login'] is created, the php login script checks to see if the session variable $_SESSION['Login'] is set any time the index page is reloaded.
However, i'd like to be able to login into a different user account from another instance of the same browser (firefox in this case) while leaving the login session in the previous browser instance alone. Unfortunately, my current basic php login script does not accommodate the capability from one workstation.
I need to be able to log into different accounts from multiple instances of the firefox browser from one workstation.
After reading about sessions on php.net, i'm no closer to figuring this out.
I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction with respects to some information, documentation or tutorial on how this can be done.