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Accept Terms page with a one day session cookie

Posted on 2013-05-27
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I have a web Page-A -before users get onto the page, I'd like to have them view terms and check the box to accept the terms, then redirect them to the web Page-A.  

Once they have accepted the terms - I don't want them to have to keep seeing the 'terms' page in order to get to Page A.

And I'd like the session to last for a day.
Page-A.htm
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Question by:RickardP_GSI
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Start here and if you get stuck post back

http://www.w3schools.com/js/js_cookies.asp
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