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    the problem is coming from those people that like to put the 'www' in the front . I never type the www so I've never seen the problem before. Thanks for the heads up, I will look into it. I don't know why nobody has mentioned it until now!

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    Problems fixed. The default forum url was set to http://IowaAutoForums.com without the 'www' . So whenever you logged in with 'www' it would then redirect to the non-www and cause a redirect warning and also wouldn't show you as logged in until you clicked a link. Clicking a link would send you to the non-www side and the saved cookie would be recognized and log you in.

    Now the website is set to use a relative url so if you use www it keeps the www's in the url. If you don't use it, it keeps it that way. Only downside is if switch your url style you will have to login again, where as before, clicking a link would sometimes get you logged in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImportEvolution View Post
    Problems fixed. The default forum url was set to http://IowaAutoForums.com without the 'www' . So whenever you logged in with 'www' it would then redirect to the non-www and cause a redirect warning and also wouldn't show you as logged in until you clicked a link. Clicking a link would send you to the non-www side and the saved cookie would be recognized and log you in.

    Now the website is set to use a relative url so if you use www it keeps the www's in the url. If you don't use it, it keeps it that way. Only downside is if switch your url style you will have to login again, where as before, clicking a link would sometimes get you logged in.
    Well there ya go, it was something that kept happening, glad I was able to be some assistance in solving this matter sir. :-p
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