Hi, I'm trying to go through the WebMonkey cookies tutorial but I can't find the information I need when it comes to setting(and reading) complicated cookies.

Right now, I can set and read a basic cookie with a single piece of information.

Here's what I have so far:

Set The Cookie:
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<script>
function setCookie()
{

var
the_name = prompt("Enter a URL in the form: www.yahoo.com","");

var the_cookie = "javascript=username:" + escape(the_name);

document.cookie = the_cookie;

alert("Now go to the next page.");

}


</script>
<a href="#" onClick="setCookie(); return false;">set the cookie</a>
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Ok, now for READING the cookie:

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<script language="JavaScript">
<!-- hide me

function readCookie(name) {

// if there's no cookie, return false else get the value and return it

if(document.cookie == '') return false;
else return unescape(getCookieValue(name));

}



function getCookieValue(name)
{
// Declare variables.
var firstChar, lastChar;

// Get the entire cookie string. (This may have other name=value pairs in it.)
var theBigCookie = document.cookie;

// Grab just this cookie from theBigCookie string.

// Find the start of 'name'.
firstChar = theBigCookie.indexOf(name);

// If you found it,
if(firstChar != -1)
{
// skip 'name' and '='.
firstChar += name.length + 1;

// Find the end of the value string (i.e. the next ';').
lastChar = theBigCookie.indexOf(';', firstChar);

if(lastChar == -1) lastChar = theBigCookie.length;

// Return the value.
return theBigCookie.substring(firstChar, lastChar);

} else {
// If there was no cookie, return false.
return false;
}
}



// show me-->
</script>

<script>
var the_cookie = readCookie("javascript");
var broken_cookie = the_cookie.split(":");
var the_name_part = broken_cookie[1];
var broken_name = the_name_part.split(";");
var the_name = broken_name[0];
document.write('<a href=http://'+the_name+'>'+the_name+'</a>');

</script>
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Simple enough right? Well, now there's ONE more thing I need to know how to do.. and that's adding more information to the cookie. I need one more piece of information added to this cookie, it would be link_name.

This would allow people to set the link they want, and then when it is displayed, they could click on the link_name to go to their link.

What would I need to add to my code to be able to do that?

thanks a TON to anyone who can help me

-Chuck