>I ran into this a while ago and wrote about it here: >http://www.glish.com/archive/showarchive.asp?file=2000_04_02_archive.xml#136 >431 >The short story is that you cannot do what you want. Netscape is following >the Spec on this one; IE is breaking it. > http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/htbin/rfc/rfc2109.html >Eric >Eric Costello >eric at schwa.com >http://glish.com Interesting article. I do notice that you are setting a cookie from both glish.com and www.glish.com, so your server thinks I am two different visitors, depending on which domain I visit, right? I spoke to tech support at my hosting provider on this. They suggested modifying the .htaccess file (UNIX) so that requests for domain.com are redirected immediately to www.domain.com. Presumably the idea here is you control the url requested before the cookie is set so that it is set from the domain you want. I'm a bit skeptical that this would work, never having modified the .htaccess file before for such a purpose, especially since both versions of the domain point to the same IP address, and therefore the same .htaccess file. Anyone out there have any experience with this? Could this be a workaround? Steve -- Steven Stalzer, President www.townvalues.com New Media Creations, Inc.