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Proper cookie usage

Posted on 2011-02-14
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Hi!

I ran our website against a Web Page Tool.
It said the following:
Proper cookie usage: 60/100
FAILED - ;;;/css/style.css
FAILED- .../functions.js

How can I fix this?


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what kind of tool did you run it against?   Was it a code validation test, security test, link test, or what?  Did it give you information about why they failed?

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by:TrueBlue
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wwwdeveloper2,

This is the tool I used:
http://www.webpagetest.org/result/110215_YC_5H1/1/details/
Please see Proper cookie usage: 60/100

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Ok, I'm not familiar with this service.  I did however find some support on their website.  It looks like other users such as yourself are concerned about the proper cookie usage results.

Basically their support is saying do not worry about it unless you absolutely need to shave milliseconds off our your site's load time.  

If you do, they offer up a solution on how to do that:

http://www.webpagetest.org/forums/showthread.php?tid=334

I hope this helps answer some of your concerns.  If you need any follow-up information, please feel free to ask.  I will help you in anyway I can.
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