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    I have found two problems thus far ...

    1. If a user is not logged in and they click on new thread they get a screen saying "You are not logged in ..." and it has a form for your username and password. The problem is the member.php file which the form points to is in my root directory, not my forums directory. For example, my forums are in the /boards/ subdirectory off of root so the form should point here:

    <form action="/boards/member.php" method="post">

    or:

    <form action="member.php" method="post">

    but is says this:

    <form action="/member.php" method="post">

    I have the same probem on the screen after logging out. I tested it and it says:

    "You Are Logged Out! Click here to return to the homepage." whihc takes me to my actual front page. It should say click here to return to the forums or something to that effect I believe and take them to the forums main page and not the main page of the entire site (root).

    I once had vbPortal and thought everything was cleaned up but obviously there is this stragler. Where exactly do I edit this so that the path is corrected?

    TIA.
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  • #2
    BTW I found the problem and tried to delete my post for you and get the following:

    "If you are a registered member and a vBulletin customer, please add your username to this form to be able to access certain resticted areas on this site!"

    I do that and it says No Changes Made and will not allow me to come back and delete the thread. It is a never ending loop.
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    • #3
      Regular users are not allowed to delete posts here.

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      • #4
        Actually I was. I posted a note that I was able to fix my problem and I was able to delete that but not the first post in the thread.
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        • #5
          Yes, rather I should have said not allowed to delete threads. Since deleting the first post in a thread deletes the thread, you're not allowed to delete the first post.

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          • #6
            OK, I was just trying to help out. You can remove this thread if you like
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