Log-out Error 404 page
I installed my gallery, but I can't seem to fix this problem of not being able to log out of it. I get a "Oops! This link appears broken.
HTTP 404 - File not found." only when I try to log-out from my gallery. When I log out from my forum, I'm OK. What in the world am I doing wrong? Here is my information:
Temporary User Account Login: test
Any assistance, I would really appreciate.
Cookie Settings: Sugggested Settings: /
Cookie Domain: (blank)
Custom Setting: checked
Make sure in vbgallery settings that in the replacement variables that login.php exists in the navbar section
This is what I have in there right now:
try adding it also to your header replacements
This is what I've had all along in my header replacements:
Should there be something different there?
never mind. I'll add the login.php sorry
now I'm locked out completely. I can't even get into my admin nor log in! What do I do???
It tells me, thank you for logging in, but it brings me back to the login screen.
works fine make sure to also add profile.php to footer replacements
I can't. I can't get in at all! after I added the login.php in the header replacements section, I am now NOT able to get in at all. It just tells me "thank you for loggin in" but it really does not let me in....What's going on? And how do I fix this now?
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Log into your forum as admin go to admin panel and add profile.php to your footer replacement variables in vbgallery admin settings
I can't. I can't login as Admin at all.
It has completely locked me out now. I have cleared my cookies from my browser too, just in case, and nothing...
Your login loop I think has nothing to do with the gallery
You where playing with cookie settings and placed the domain as this
whereas it should be this
You will need to go to vbulletin.com and download their cookie clear script
Can you clarify you note above please? you said that I set the domain as blah, and should have been blah, but I see them to be the same. Is there a difference between them?
Ok, I cannot find the cookie clear script at Vbulletin. I'm so lost it's no even funny!!!!!
FYI: I found the clear cookie script, ran it, and it fixed both problems described above. I'm in the clear now! Yay! Thank you Chuck for helping this lost soul!!!
Not a problem enjoy your day
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