Support » Plugin: CMP - Coming Soon & Maintenance Plugin by NiteoThemes » Set bypass cookie Expiration Time in hours or days instead of seconds

  • Resolved pierreb

    (@pierreb)


    Why on earth do we have to set the cookie session expiration time in seconds?
    Please make that count hours or days. How often do you let someone have access for x seconds?

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  • Plugin Author Ales

    (@alesmal)

    Good one! Expiration time in seconds is standard in programming languages. I guess we forget about that during the end user testing!

    BUT if we change it to ours/days, we would break it for all customers using this function now in seconds.

    Ales

    Thread Starter pierreb

    (@pierreb)

    Yes, I understand that seconds are standard usage.
    Can’t you just convert all seconds into hours/days behind the scenes?
    If expiration active: Find seconds – convert/show Hours/days instead.

    Another option would be for users to press a button, and do a one-time conversion from seconds to Hours/days?

    Just some ideas.
    /Pierre

    Plugin Author Ales

    (@alesmal)

    Hi Pierre, thanks for your suggestions, we changed the settings from seconds to days in new update 4.1.2

    Enjoy, Ales

    Thread Starter pierreb

    (@pierreb)

    Hi Ales,
    Thanks for the update!
    Much appreciated and I think many will enjoy this change 👍

    //Pierre

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