yes, the developer tool was a great suggestion.
The problem was that I had to write to the cookie,
before I called: std::ostream& ostr = response.send(), which sounds logic.
How would a cookie be cleared? Do I just have to write garbage to the cookie, or is there a way to clear them all?
is it safe to just call response.clear()?
Because response.setChunkedTransferEncoding & response.setContentType were previously set.
also: response:clear doesn't work when i have send the cookie in a previous instance of the handler.