Error, which I have encountered after running the site..

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Error, which I have encountered after running the site..

Post by zadiac8318 » Thu Feb 27, 2003 2:25 pm

Today, I have realised that the cookie setting does not work...
And I have to type in my login and the password, everytime when I try to access to site...

What is the problem??
:(
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Post by primedomain » Thu Feb 27, 2003 2:26 pm

What are your current cookie settings in Admin Panel --> General Admin --> Configuration?

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Post by zadiac8318 » Thu Feb 27, 2003 2:33 pm

umm..

here are my info:

cookie domain: www.societyclub.tk
cookie name: phpbb2mysql
cookie ??? : /
cookie security: enable
cookie session: 3600

???
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Post by primedomain » Thu Feb 27, 2003 2:41 pm

the problem is that your forum actually runs under solitary.simplypimp.net in a frame, thus setting the cookie domain to the .tk domain most probably causes problems.

cookie domain: solitary.simplypimp.net or <leave it blank>
cookie secure: disable, unless your forum runs at https://

delete your (phpBB) cookies from your harddisk before testing these settings and make sure that your browser accepts cookies from your domain, IE 6.0: Privacy settings.

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Post by zadiac8318 » Thu Feb 27, 2003 4:23 pm

still no luck...I have tried your suggestion..
Old time flies and memories fades,
but it is nice to know that there is
something to remember and smile at...

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