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Making a Timeout Expiration Length to Session Variables using PHP

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I would like to make a timeout length to session variables, so that if a user didn't use the browser page for let's say 5 minutes - the session variables would expire and the user would need to login again.

Q: What's the best way to implement this functionality?

posted Jul 8, 2013 by anonymous

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You can either use cookies or do something like that:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3068744/php-session-timeout

In your case is would be
if ($_SESSION['timeout'] + 5 * 60 < time()) {
// session timed out
} else {
// session ok
}

answer Jul 8, 2013 by anonymous
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class A {
 protected static $foo = "bar";
}

class B {
 public function readFoo() {
 return self::$foo;
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