Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..
Just incase you need the session id....
It can be debrived from the $oCscid variable.
My concern is the session id could be bad for search engine spiders, I do not want them to stack on the first page... IS THERE A PROBLEM?..
If you are using MS-2 then there is already a built in system for stopping spiders from getting session id's.
Any idea how to get rid of sessions? do I have to go as deep as application_top.php or it could be done in config file??? tryed config, does not seem to be working... set some parameters to false in application_top.php and now it seems to be partually working, some links and pages are free of osCsid=andbunchofnumbers... and one link still shows it including all the link on it's page? .. any suggestions......
Site is htpp://www.proteinhealth.com.
Appreciate any input.
If you disable the sessions the store wont work at all.
The session id is only appended to the URL on the first hit... this is so that we can ensure the cookie has been set correctly. Any future links will then not show the session id..
If you have cookies disabled the session id will always need to be in the URL..