Well the good thing is that with CoCart you don’t have to if you are building with a JS framework or app for iOS or Android. The use of the CoCart cookie is general used for the WordPress site managing your WooCommerce store.
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CoCart creates only and uses only one cookie per session or customer per browser or device. The cookie name starts with wp_cocart_session_ followed by the WordPress COOKIEHASH. COOKIEHASH is nothing more than an MD5 of your site’s URL. This cookie will be used to identity the customers cart. The cookie is read on the server and […]
Yes you can. View article to see how.
The cookie for CoCart and therefore the cart key is supplied through response headers, so called Set-Cookie-headers.
These core functions can be useful for customizing or extending the use of CoCart to your needs.
Yes. The only feature you wont be able to use are…