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alitan
cookeis
  • 2004/3/15 0:16

  • alitan

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a can't save a cookie for members user name but i put the check mark on yes what should i do?

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brash
Re: cookeis
  • 2004/3/15 3:43

  • brash

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Bit more info needed. Are you saying that you can't create cookies for your site period, or are you saying that you've implemented the auto login hack an it isn't working?

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alitan
Re: cookeis
  • 2004/3/15 3:50

  • alitan

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no i mean that i choosed yes for cookie saving but it doesnt work and it doesnt remember my user name and password ,and i didn't use that hack. this is a choice in change user information in xoops.

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brash
Re: cookeis
  • 2004/3/15 4:00

  • brash

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As far as I know the store cookie for 1 year feature stores the username so you don't have to fill that in everytime, but it doesn't store the password. The auto login hack I mentioned does what your after and stores the username and password so you don't have to login again.

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alitan
Re: cookeis
  • 2004/3/15 4:16

  • alitan

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  • Posts: 399

  • Since: 2004/3/14


actually it doesn't store user name either. and it's not my browser problem because i can save cookies for the other sites.

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alitan
Re: cookeis
  • 2004/3/20 5:45

  • alitan

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  • Posts: 399

  • Since: 2004/3/14


i can not store any cookie from my site what should i do?

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alitan
Re: cookeis
  • 2004/3/20 15:47

  • alitan

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  • Posts: 399

  • Since: 2004/3/14


any help???????????

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alitan
Re: cookeis
  • 2004/3/20 15:48

  • alitan

  • Quite a regular

  • Posts: 399

  • Since: 2004/3/14


any help???????????

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sunsnapper
Re: cookeis

I think what you are saying is...
You have a default XOOPS installation... no hacks made to it.

You check the box to "save your cookie".

When you return to Xoops, it does not appear that a cookie was saved, because your username is not remembered.

Now some questions:
You looked through your cookies directory, and you don't see a cookie from your web site?

When you go to other XOOPS sites, and try to use this feature, it works?

When you try to access your site from other machines, it still doesn't work?

Are you using a domain forwarder? Or a system that puts a frame around your site to mask the domain? What can you tell us about your domain?

I note that I don't even see that feature at the xoops.org web site any longer. What version of XOOPS are you using?

There is this entry in the wiki:
http://wiki.xoops.org/wakka.php?wakka=XoopsAutoLoginHack

Having said all that, maybe don't bother with it, since both IE and Mozilla have a feature in the browser to remember passwords built-in. So if a user really needs that, they already have it.

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alitan
Re: cookeis
  • 2004/3/21 5:47

  • alitan

  • Quite a regular

  • Posts: 399

  • Since: 2004/3/14


i can not save any cookie form my website but i used to do that, also i can save cookies fom xoops.org or any other sites which are using xoops, i didnt find any cookie from my website in my file and my XOOPS version is 2.0.6

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