Tag: session

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Session Variables

25hweb

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

PHP Session Variables in ExpressionEngine templates.

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Session Array

koivi

ExpressionEngine 2

Simple plugin to manage single-dimension arrays in a session.

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Page History

David Hyland

ExpressionEngine 2

Returns the last pages visited by the user, from the current page to up to 5 pages ago. Useful for a proper "back to page" link rather than using javascript.

Easy Custom Fields

Easy Designs, LLC (Aaron Gustafson)

ExpressionEngine 1.x

ExpressionEngine extension that exposes custom fields via $SESS.

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Stay Up Forever

John D. Wells

ExpressionEngine 2

Stay Up Forever: take control of EE's session limit.

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Loggr

Pixel & Tonic (Brandon Kelly)

ExpressionEngine 1.x

Log PHP variables in the browser console using `Loggr::log($var1, $var2);`

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Remember Me

Wouter Vervloet (Baseworks)

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2

Save entries for a user during a session. This could be used for a 'add to cart' function or for a 'product compare' function (save entry_id's for later use). Entries are only stored during a session. As of version 1.0 you can also save the session storage to the database on a per member basis.

Recently Viewed Entries

Nathan Pitman (Nine Four Ltd)

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2

The 'Recently Viewed Entries' module allows you to keep a record of recently viewed entries on a per member basis and display that data back to the user in your page templates. The module uses the members session ID so they need not be logged in.

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Session Variables Plugin

PutYourLightsOn (Ben Croker)

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2

This is an Expression Engine plugin that allows you to store variables in PHP's native session.