|Type||Topic||Plugin||Version||macOS||Windows||Linux||Console & Web||iOS|
|class||HTMLViewer Linux||MBS Linux Plugin||12.4||No||No||Yes||No||No|
dim store as LinuxWebCookieStoreMBS = LinuxWebCookieStoreMBS.CookieStore
dim cookies() as LinuxWebCookieMBS = store.AllCookies
MsgBox str(UBound(cookies)+1)+" cookies"
- 3 properties
- 6 methods
- 3 shared methods
- 3 constants
Cookie Accept Modes
Accept all cookies unconditionally.
Reject all cookies unconditionally.
No Third party cookies.
Accept all cookies set by the main document loaded in the application using libsoup. An example of the most common case, web browsers, would be: If http://www.example.com is the page loaded, accept all cookies set by example.com, but if a resource from http://www.third-party.com is loaded from that page reject any cookie that it could try to set. For libsoup to be able to tell apart first party cookies from the rest, the application must call soup_message_set_first_party() on each outgoing SoupMessage, setting the SoupURI of the main document. If no first party is set in a message when this policy is in effect, cookies will be assumed to be third party by default. (this is done by webkit)
This class has no sub classes.
Some methods using this class:
- LinuxWebViewMBS.CookieStore as LinuxWebCookieStoreMBS
- LinuxWebViewMBS.SetCookieStore(newStore as LinuxWebCookieStoreMBS)
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