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Problems After Members Login [message #185179] Thu, 06 March 2014 09:19 Go to next message
SYMC is currently offline  SYMC   Canada
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I'm having a serious problem with members logging in, the few I have so far, who are threatening to leave if the problem is not repaired. When a member logs in and the screen opens it shows the members name as logged in, but when they click to go to one of the forums the top of the page shows them no longer logged in and they can't make any posts. If they click their back button it will take them to the page where it shows them logged in, but again once they click to go anywhere else they are no longer logged in. Their logged in status is not stable it is lost as soon as they click to move to another page. Need help badly on this one, it's a serious problem.
Re: Problems After Members Login [message #185433 is a reply to message #185179] Mon, 31 March 2014 01:58 Go to previous message
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