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  • [Blog] Bug: Link for logging in does not work

    If I am not logged in I can see a link in the comment editor with a javascript function that should let me log in. But when I click on it nothing happens. Any idea how to fix it?

  • #2
    What link are you talking about? I don't see a link to log in that is different than the one at the very top of the site.

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    • #3
      Take a look at the screenshot.
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      • #4
        On my site, if I click that link then it just goes to the login area in the upper right corner (the one I mentioned before). All the javascript does is move the focus to the username textarea at the top of the page.

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        • #5
          Oh, I didn't notice that, I thought that a floating div with a login form will appear or something like that. Thanks for clearing that up.

          Anyway, do you have the link in this position? It doesn't look that it was intended to be displayed there (I would put it somewhere else). Maybe something is wrong with my template?

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          • #6
            If you need the default code, Create a new style with no parent:
            • Styles & Templates > Style Manager > Add New Style
            • Parent Style: No Parent Style
            • Title: Default vBulletin
            • Allow User Selection: Yes
            • Save


            And then, to find the template of interest, do this - vboptions > General Settings > Add Template Name in HTML Comments > set to Yes . Then go back to your page and view the source code and you will see the name of the template called around your part of the code. (Sometimes the template is the one mentioned at the very top of the page source.)

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            • #7
              Lynne: After creating a new style the position of the link didn't change. Do you also have it at the same place?

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              • #8
                My page looks like that, yes (except I use Image Verification). But, "Click here to log in" is off to the right just like on your page. It looks like it is because of this CSS:
                HTML Code:
                .formcontrols .blockrow .description {
                    color: #777777;
                    font-size: 11px;
                    line-height: 150%;
                    margin-bottom: 5px;
                    margin-left: 212px;
                    max-width: 496px;
                    overflow: hidden;
                }
                So, you would probably need to write some custom CSS to just change it on that page.

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                • #9
                  Thanks.

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