[ACCEPTED]-Why does Chrome ignore local jQuery cookies?-google-chrome

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Chrome doesn't support cookies for local 7 files (or, like Peter Lyons mentioned, localhost*) unless 6 you start it with the --enable-file-cookies 5 flag. You can read a discussion about it 4 at http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=535.

*Chrome does support cookies if you use 3 the local IP address ( directly. so 2 in the localhost case, that could be an 1 easier workaround.

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For local applications use localStorage 1 in Chrome instead: http://people.w3.org/mike/localstorage.html

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i had some problem and solved it this terrible 3 solution. using store and cookie plugin 2 together.

<script src="js/jquery.cookies.2.2.0.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="js/jquery.Storage.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

var is_chrome = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf('chrome') > -1;

//get cookies
var helpFlag=(is_chrome)?$.Storage.get("helpFlag"):$.cookies.get("helpFlag");

//set cookies
if(is_chrome)$.Storage.set("helpFlag", "1");else $.cookies.set("helpFlag", "1");

I know that this isnt perfect solution 1 but works for me

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This did the job for me:

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Right click on your 3 Chrome Icon and select Properties, Shortcut 2 tab and add --enable-file-cookies at the 1 last of the target path.

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I had the same issue, please try using the 2 IP address of localhost instead. For e.g 1 ""

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please check out Cookies & Google Analytics.

$.cookie("nameofcookie", cookievalue, {path: "/", expires: 30});

change this line to

$.cookie("nameofcookie", cookievalue, {*Path:* "/", expires: 30});

this 1 project working is fine.

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Another possible cause is the path: "/", since you're 3 not using a normal web URL, / probably doesn't 2 mean much - try without setting the path 1 at all.

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If you use chrominum this is the command 3 to enable local cookies

chromium-browser 2 --enable-file-cookies

It's the same thing 1 for chrome

Hope this help you !

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As workaround you can use Tampermonkey with 7 access to local files ( How to include Local htm pages in a Tampermonkey script? ) By that way you 6 will use Tampermonkey's storage, and will 5 be able to set and get your data by functions 4 GM_getValue(data) and GM_setValue(data). I 3 used that for my local HTML page, which 2 i used as customizable alternative to Windows 1 Explorer

But actually localStorage from Yuri's answer works perfect.

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