I am trying to create a user id cookie which will identify the user whether they return either to www.townvalues.com or townvalues.com. (These two domains, as you would expect, simply point to exactly the same IP address.) You would think this would be simple - when creating the cookie, just specify the domain as ".townvalues.com" and it should be readable for both versions of the domain, right? Unfortunately, this works fine in Internet Explorer (4.5), but does not work in Netscape (4.6.1). In Netscape, if you set the cookie using a call to a simple perl script such as www.townvalues.com/cgi/cgibin/cookieset2.cgi, you can then easily read it with www.townvalues.com/cgi/cgibin/cookieget2.cgi, but a call to townvalues.com/cgi/cgibin/cookieget2.cgi (note no "www.") won't fetch it. Is there anyway to accomplish this?? Any help appreciated. Here's a code snippet: #cookieset2.cgi $expDate = "Sunday, 31-Dec-00 12:00:00 GMT"; $path = "/"; $domain = ".townvalues.com"; $uid=10101; $cookie_string = "Set-Cookie: townvalues_test=$uid; path=$path; expires=$expDate; domain=$domain"; print $cookie_string,"\n"; -- Steven Stalzer, President www.townvalues.com New Media Creations, Inc.