If you just use Photopost try making the cookie path /gallery instead if / now this is assuming your photopost is installed with the name gallery change accordingly. That should assist you with what you want.
hmm.. if I am getting error messages when logging out thru my gallery. Is it my photopost cookie path?
Right now it is just ((( / )))
I have it intergrated with my vbulletin board,so what would the path be? Or do i even need to change it? Something is goofy now because we cant logout thru the gallery
your domain name in both should be set to .domain.com for proper operation. If you logout in one app and not logged out in the other then your cookies are not set right in both apps. It would actually help if you listed a url and sign in so we can see how cookies are being set.
We already replied to your support desk email on this issue and explained your issue. You are misreporting this as a cookie issue here but in your support thread you correctly state its your logout link that is bad.
As we explained in our email to you on this matter your using a custom style in vbulletin. You have a relative link to login.php in your footer and you must replace that relative link with a full url so that file in vb can be found.
I had your admin login already so I fixed this for you but you should have gotten my email replay about this issue awhile ago.
Hmm... it may have been erased.I cant believe its so difficult with this style and photopost.I spoke with vbulletin and they say its photopost.we still get these erros when trying to logout of gallery
Warning: main(./global.php) [function.main]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/metalmus/public_html/blastology/gallery/login.php on line 37
Fatal error: main() [function.require]: Failed opening required './global.php' (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/metalmus/public_html/blastology/gallery/login.php on line 37
we tried it in opera-firefox-safari- and netscape just now..emptying cookies first..same error message in all browsers.vb says wait till tomorrow and try there gallery.well we like yours but there has got to be a fix
It has nothing to do with photopost since we dont have a login.php file in our distribution in any manner you can check that out pretty easy. vb loves to try and blame up for their issues although this has nothning to do with photopost or vbulletin if you want the facts about your issue which by the way is already fixed as I stated above.
You are using some custom vbulletin style and your using a relative link in your footer which is some vb2 throw back since vb3 has all the login stuff in the navbar usually at least in a non modified vb and as previously explained by email and even in this thread you can not use relative links over another application. You must use full urls for program files to be found when your dealing with other directories. Remember we have had this discussion before via support threads. Remember your blog.php link went nowhere before I explained how you where using again relative links in your vb navbar template and I fixed that issue for you.