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I'll give my grandson a holler and have him look at it.
I understand, my comment was more from a security standpoint, the less info and the less you stay logged in all the time the more secure your pc is. It would be frustrating if straying logged in was your primary choice to do things.
I visit MoparStyle everyday. Minutes after visiting this page . So I visit both every day. I stay logged in Moparstyle with no issues.
Well, I have to login the same as you do...
I just cleared my cookies to more or less reset everything. I should've had to re-login here again. But it wasn't the case. I clicked on my link and came straight it. Figure that 1 out, lol.
you didnt actually delete the cookie for this site
dunno? all I know as of right now I leave this site and come back and still be logged in. I also had to re-log in all the other sites I go to.
I cannot explain it in the general sense. I suspect that there is a problem with the way your browser is handling session cookies; I know, easy to say, but it does not appear that the session cookies for this site are being handled properly.
Have you tried using another browser? Which browser do you use, and do you know if it is up to date? If you are using Chrome, try Edge or FIrefox. If you are using Edge, try using Firefox or Chrome. If you are using Firefox, try using Chrome or Edge. When your grandson comes over, ask him to install one of the web browsers that you are not currently running, and see what happens.
If you were logged into Forfmjbodiesonly when you cleared your cookies, your session cookies may not have cleared, even if you logged out after clearing your cookies and then logged in. You would have had to restart your browser, as in shut it down, restart it, do not log into any website, clear cookies, and then try to log in to forfmjbodiesonly.
Session cookies are not the only way to track people. Because people have been getting wise to what some websites are doing, a lot of websites are doing "fingerprinting" in addition to session cookies. Newer versions of Firefox, and I think Edge, have attempted to stop the "fingerprinting" process, to various degrees of success.
As for now I'm not having any issues logging in. I click on the link and I have remained logged in for over ,,,,, well, several hours as of now 9:16pm.
FWIW, I just got back in this morning and I'm still logged in without re-logging in again. Good news so far!!!!!!
Out of the blue . Having to re-login every time I visit the site
Shorty ... I'm thinking its gremlins.
Its got to be cookie related, but I just don't get why it comes and goes.
Me either --
Hi Joey ...
Happy New Year... Thanks for being admin..
Yes Joey , Happy new year!!!!!!!!! Yet I have no idea either . I'll stick it out for as long as you'll put up with me.
Your fine - I just wish I could help