You could use the document.name
hack. Or if you wanted to modify site2, use GET params in your links to site1. Or, if you only have direct links to site1, just check the referrer header. The first would be the easiest, but very brittle considering document.name
is like one big giant super global variable.
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On Oct 31, 2011, at 3:39 PM, Venu Bandi <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi,Is the value stored in amplify.store accessible across different domains?
I am on www.site1.com
and clicking a link on site1 will redirect the to www.site2.com
. When user clicks on a particular link on site2, I am storing a value (key = xyz) in amplify.store and when user navigates back to site1, I am trying to access xyz which is not working. Since the value is stored in browser storage, shouldn't it be accessible on any url that is accessed on same browser session? Please advise.
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