IE login issues

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olethalai

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Some users of my website ( http://www.utradestuff.co.uk/ ) have been complaining that they keep having to log in whenever they visit a new page. They seem to all be IE users but this may be because most people use IE. It is not limited to either XP or Vista and is not affected by cookie settings... Any help would be greatly appreciated. :)
 
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It sounds like an error with sessions - make sure the right session variables are being validated on each page.
 

olethalai

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I don't know anything about sessions... Is it something simple or would it be easier for me to look it up?
 
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Did you write the site yourself? Sessions are how the webserver keeps track of which user is logged on from which computer.
 

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It's done on a wizard where I can use html to customise it, I don't think I have access to sessions information
 
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If all you're changing is the HTML then it's probably something to do with the wizard. Which wizard is it? There may be documentation/support for it. Because it's all server side and I can't see the source it's harder to diagnose the problem; I would ask you to post the code, but as it's a wizard there's likely to be lots of different files so finding the sessions one might be hard ;)
 
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