Does having multiple cookies increase http requests or are all cookies sent at the same time for a page?
I am referring to the number of requests sent, not the amount of data/bandwidth, which I know will increase with each cookie. (I am trying to lower the amount of times the server must communicate when a page is requested.)
When JS reads a Cookie, does it cause an HTTP request?
Or is it reading data that is already present on the client-side?
When cookies are sent to the server from a user, is it all at once or individually – in other words are there multiple connections (1 per cookie) or a single connection that sends all cookies at once?
Thanks for clearing any of this up for me and any additional advice.