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xboy wrote:thanks for that, but that's not what I wanted. as far as I know that you can modify your php.ini file that set it to true so that you don't have to put the ignore_user_abort function in every php file.
well, looks like I might have to do that instead of using the php.ini file..
Try use separated file there you can storage info about user or use some functions with ignore_user_abort
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