Unverified Commit 602213f4 authored by Mike's avatar Mike Committed by GitHub

Update README.cookie

parent ffce48e9
......@@ -9,21 +9,21 @@ cookie support of w3m
http://www.ics.uci.edu/pub/ietf/http/draft-ietf-http-state-man-mec-12.txt)
cookie.
* If you wont to disable cookie support, run configure script with
* If you want to disable cookie support, run the configure script with
--disable-cookie option.
* You can choose to use cookie or not on the Option Setting Panel or
* You can choose to use cookies or not on the Option Setting Panel or
-cookie and -no-cookie option.
* You can disable cookie on the Option Setting Panel. In this case
all cookies are rejected, however, cookies which accepted before
disable cookie are used.
* You can disable cookies on the Option Setting Panel. In this case
all new cookies are rejected, however, cookies which were accepted before
cookies were disabled are used.
* You can see list of accepted cookies with C-k. In this panel, you
* You can see the list of accepted cookies with C-k. In this panel, you
can choose to use each cookie or not.
* You can specify domains accept or not accept cookies on the Option
Setting Panel. Domains are specified with following format.
* You can specify domains from which to accept or not accept cookies
on the Option Setting Panel. Domains are specified with following format:
domain-list = domains
| ""
......@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ cookie support of w3m
(HDN: host domain name)
* If the number of "." in domain name is lesser than 2, it is
* If the number of "." in domain name is fewer than 2, it is
assumed as invalid cookie (cf. RFC 2109 4.3.2), however, you can
use cookie_avoid_wrong_number_of_dots to avoid this
restriction. You can set this in "Domains to avoid [wrong number
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