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    where can you find it?
    And can you edit it to change a login time.

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    Depends on the cookie and how they've created it. Also, there's no guarantee that there's a login time in the cookie, or that even if they do the site would pay attention to it.

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    I don't think I've ever use time for anything in any cookie I've created over the years. If there was a time required for say "last login", that is usually captured and saved in the users profile in the db on the server.

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    How would I keep from getting logged out of certain sites. Say for example, phpmyadmin. If I'm working on something, I hate to have to keep logging back in.

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    That's a session setting that is controlled on the server in their php configuration.

    If it's your server, it can be tweaked ( your server, meaning you have physical access to the server ).

    If I'm not mistaken, it's set to 20 minutes, your hosting provider may change that to longer, but I doubt it.

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    Is there no way for me to tweak it?

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    Not that I'm aware of, it's a security thing on most servers. I typically only deal with windows based servers, and there are settings on the server that allow the admin to extend the session timeout, just assuming there is something similar on apache servers.

    As for making these changes from a client... I don't think it's possible. My only suggestion would be to contact he server admin and request them to extend the timeout, but if you are using a shared resource I doubt they will do it.


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