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Blog problem

Posted: January 17th, 2011, 1:13 pm
by Watcher55
When I open my blog page I have to sign in. Today when I click on "sign in" it takes me to my account page and I'm able to post, check stats - all that stuff, but when I go back to the blog itself, I'm not signed in. ?????

Re: Blog problem

Posted: January 17th, 2011, 10:26 pm
by Robin
Is there a little block to check that says something like: "keep me signed in" or "Remember me"

Re: Blog problem

Posted: January 17th, 2011, 10:51 pm
by Watcher55
Robin wrote:Is there a little block to check that says something like: "keep me signed in" or "Remember me"
No, I'm starting to suspect it has something to do with the settings on this computer, because I can sign in on my lap-top. It's weird, because it lets me control everything, but I'm not signed in on the blog page itself.

Re: Blog problem

Posted: January 20th, 2011, 10:38 pm
by Nathan Bransford
Watcher55 wrote:When I open my blog page I have to sign in. Today when I click on "sign in" it takes me to my account page and I'm able to post, check stats - all that stuff, but when I go back to the blog itself, I'm not signed in. ?????
You might have your browser security settings set so that you're not allowing cookies?

Re: Blog problem

Posted: January 21st, 2011, 12:13 am
by Watcher55
Nathan Bransford wrote:
Watcher55 wrote:When I open my blog page I have to sign in. Today when I click on "sign in" it takes me to my account page and I'm able to post, check stats - all that stuff, but when I go back to the blog itself, I'm not signed in. ?????
You might have your browser security settings set so that you're not allowing cookies?
I think you're right. My 'puter's been doin' some weird things lately (changing its own settings and such), and my security settings were different. I'm guessing some kind of weird virus is my guess since I'm getting a lot of offers to try spyware and virus blockers (sounds like a cyber-protection racket to me). I guess I'll have to spring for a six-pack and get my IT guy to have a look.