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Please help me before I kill someone.

I am setting a cookie value to 0 from 1, in one page. then I redirect that page to index.html. Afterwards I check the cookie value its still 1, meaning the user is still logged in? Why oh Why didn't the cookie change ?
Some code :

This is the function to logout,

function logout(){

when the user clicks on a link to logout, that link is a php file that calls this function. as of right now cookie[active_session] is 0. Its either 1 or 0. 1 = logged in, 0 = logged out.

Now php file redirects the location to index.html using meta refresh.

From index.html, I click a link that shows info about the user if he is logged in, here is the php code :


echo "<h1> Welcome '" . getUserName() . "' enjoy the scenery</h1>";
else{ //invalid user
echo "<h1>Sorry you are not registered...please wait for redirection</h1>";

as you see isLoggedIn gets called first, remind you that cookie[active_session] should still be 0.

Now isLoggedIn() is this :

function isLoggedIn(){
return ( $_COOKIE[ACTIVE_SESSION] == 1) ;
else return false;

now the problem is that this function returned 1? WTF??

Please help me.

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