if, after painfully specifying character set and collation for your database, all your tables, and all columns within them, you’re still experiencing discrepencies between what your database is storing (eg. strings appear correct from within phpMyAdmin) versus what your website is displaying from database query results (question marks instead of your fancy quotes), try this:
if you’re using a 3rd party player to share content on your site that’s driven by an rss feed, like the blip.tv ’show’ player, you should be aware that flash player may cache the rss feed itself for quite some time. so, despite updating your channel with a new video, flash may be ’stuck’ on […]
Posted by krisgale as cookies
this is a phenomenon i have long wondered about, myself, the answer to which came to light upon reading further into rfc-2109 after yesterday’s post.
so why can you not serve a ‘plain vanilla’ cookie (only name or name and expires attributes provided) during a redirect and expect it to still be there afterward? security.
to quote […]