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Submit a Pull Request Report a Bug. Want to remove a cookie? Many people do it the complicated way: setcookie 'name', 'content', time ; But why do you make it so complicated and risk it not working, when the client's time is wrong? Why fiddle around with time ; Here's the easiest way to unset a cookie: setcookie 'name', 'content', 1 ; Thats it. Note when setting "array cookies" that a separate cookie is set for each element of the array. On high traffic sites, this can substantially increase the size of subsequent HTTP requests from clients including requests for static content on the same domain. More importantly though, the cookie specification says that browsers need only accept 20 cookies per domain. This limit is increased to 50 by Firefox, and to 30 by Opera, but IE6 and IE7 enforce the limit of 20 cookie per domain.
Whenever a resource conflict would be caused by fulfilling the request. Duplicate entries and deleting root objects when cascade-delete is not supported are a couple of examples. Slein, J. Reliable, interoperable negotiation of Upgrade features requires an unambiguous failure signal.
Google Webmaster Help forums are a great place for website owners to help each other, engage in friendly discussion, and get input from awesome Product Experts. We currently have forums operating in 12 languages. We're happy to announce the re-opening of the Polish and Turkish webmaster communities with support from a global team of Community Specialists dedicated to helping support Product Experts. If you speak Turkish or Polish, we'd love to have you drop by the new forums yourself, perhaps there's a question or a challenge you can help with as well! Current Webmaster Product Experts are welcome to join and keep their status in the new communities as well. If you have previously contributed and would like to start contributing again, you can start posting again, and feel free to ask others in the community if you have any questions.