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22 February 2013
Okay, this may be just a tavlet thing (or operator thing), but when I go to a “Tripawds blog” from the forum page, it logs me out so Ican’t respond. I’ve tripled check, and when I go back to a forum page, I’m logged jn.
It only happens on a “tripawd generated blog”…the ones that have the tripawd three paws emblem next to them….. If I go from the forum page to a member blog, it works fine….I stay logged in.
Now, if the answer is in rhe post “Da’ Hummingbird” made earlier, I have nooooo idea what dat bird is sayin’ or what I need to do to fix it.
So what does da’ wise owl say? 🦉🦉🦉
So what does da’ wise owl say?
Wise Owl say, this unrelated to site performance discussion. this is likely a cross-domain cookie authentication issue affecting all logged in users.
when I go to a “Tripawds blog” from the forum page, it logs me out so Ican’t respond.
Please clarify. Does the issue occur on any Tripawds blog you visit? Or have you only noticed it on the Tripawds Foundation site, which has the mapped domain tripawds.org? We are looking into the latter, but cannot replicate the former. Which could indeed possibly be a “tavlet thing” though we need to know if it is all sites, or only mapped sites.
Technically, you can respond, you just need to enter your name and email address. But we don’t want that.
It only happens on a “tripawd generated blog”…the ones that have the tripawd three paws emblem next to them…..
Hmmm…please enlighten us. What is a “tripawd generated blog”? All member blogs are generated here at Tripawds.
Are you referring to the Tripawds Fundation after all?
the ones that have the tripawd three paws emblem next to them….
FYI: This “emblem” is the user avatar (profile pic) of the blog author, in this case Tripawds Foundation …which answers our previous question.
At least we hope it does. We’re working on that…
22 February 2013
I rarely understand a “compiter speak” word you say, but what’s getting scary is, I think you’re starting to understand “Sally tavlet speak”😎😎😎🤣🤣😂
Okay, here’s a visual of what I was trying to say. So yeah, the three paw “emblems” are the ones I get logged out on, not the ones with member profile picture.
…the three paw “emblems” are the ones I get logged out on, not the ones with member profile picture.
PHEW! That “emblem” is the member profile picture for the member: Tripawds Foundation .
So yes, we are aware of this issue and our crack team of engineers is frantically researching methods to resolve cross-domain cookie authentication for mapped domains on the Tripawds multisite network.
In other words, we’re on it.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
PS: In the meantime, commenting on Tripawds Foundation blog posts with your username and registered email address will display your username once the comment is approved.
Please know that we are still well aware of this situation, and working diligently to develop a solution for cross domain cookie authentication.
For now, registered users must enter their name and email address to comment on site with mapped domains–like the Tripawds Foundation blog. Entering your username and Tripawds registration email address will display your user avatar next to your comment once approved.
Thank you for your patience.
Unfortunately, recent attempts to resolve this cross domain cookie authentication issue resulted in a serious impact on server performance.This may take longer than expected to address.
The interim solution to getting logged out when visiting the Tripawds Foundation blog is to enter your username and registered email address when commenting on Foundation blog posts, then using your back button to revisit the main site where you will still be logged in.
Thank you for your continued patience.