Sessuin Variable access - Question


I have the attached code which is working fine and print the right Session value.

the problem is when I try to access to the session value from another page on my site:

<?php echo $_SESSION['logged']; ?> always return YES. even if the value is NO.

What is wrong here?



if($vbulletin->userinfo['userid'] > 0){

      $_SESSION['logged'] = 'yes';

}   ELSE {    
      $_SESSION['logged'] = 'no';    }

<?php echo $_SESSION['logged']; ?>

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Lukasz ChmielewskiCommented:
Show the other page code.
Is it just
echo $_SESSION['logged'];

I guess not...

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show us an example of the "other" page where you are trying to access the  session var. Do you also have a session_start() on that page?
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