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    When I change from one thread to another I have to log back in. Like there is some restrictions set. Is there a setting in admin that causes or controls this?

  • #2
    The URL in your license doesn't work so we cannot investigate.

    Please update this to the correct URL - it should be noted that having the correct URL is a condition of your license, it is in your own interest to keep this up to date as not doing so can result in takedown requests to your host, as the actual location of your forum is not shown as being licensed.
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    • #3
      Maybe you can give me a hint in where and how to do that.

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      • #4
        Mark,

        As you can easily see I have been a member and have owned my license since 2002.

        Here is my url
        http://maadallas.com/forum.php

        Professor Micheal R. Eudy M.F.A.
        Media Arts & Animation Department
        Game Art & Design Department
        Technology Chair AiDallas
        Faculty Titling Chair AiDallas
        The Art Institute of Dallas
        Last edited by polygrinder; Tue 28th Nov '17, 2:07pm.

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        • #5
          You'll need to log into the members area, you can update the URL there.

          Go to https://members.vbulletin.com
          Log in
          Click 'Edit License' by the relevant license.
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          • #6
            Done.

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            • #7
              Thanks

              Some of your URLs are www.domain.com, others are just domain.com. This will have the effect of logging people out as their cookie isn't valid across the two URLs..

              You need to decide which you want to use, make sure this is what is set in the admincp, change any links that are hardcoded to the full URL so that they use the correct one, and then arrange redirect from either www to non-www, or the other way round, depending on what you've chosen. That last one, your hosting provider should be able to assist with.
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              • #8
                Thanks Mark,

                I correct all of the URL's. Still have the same problem of having to re-log in when I change forums. And it is only specific forums that make you log back in.

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                • #9
                  You haven't corrected all the URLs, the 'Useful Links' dropdown is still full of inconsistencies, some www, some non-www. YOu need to have every single one correct, and you need to have redirection in place from one format to the other. Unless you fix ALL this, you will continue to have issues.

                  I cannot see the forum list as the forum is closed to guests, you'll need to open it up so we can see.
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                  • #10
                    Thanks Mark,

                    I got it now. I thought you meant in the admin control panel. Now that I see that some of the shortcuts use the www and some don't. Once I removed the www from those links it works fine.Thanks for your help.

                    Micheal

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