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    session timeout

    please extend your timeout session just a bit, many times by the time i gather the info i need to properly ask a question i am timed out, then i sign back in and it gives me a blank page (white page) as if it had a php error in the background, and i have to start all over again.

    so i started making sure i copied my content first before i ever submit so that i could easily paste it back in...

    thanks so much... great site by the way...

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    so i started making sure i copied my content first before i ever submit so that i could easily paste it back in...
    Seems like you forget to check the "Remember me" box, each time you login to the site.

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    thanks, yeah i dont ever use that normally on any site, i guess its set up alittle dif here than on my site, on my site its stricly used for remembering signon info not session time. i will use it from now on and see if that helps, appreciate the reply...

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    On a side note, it doesn't explicitly state this but I know I've tried it before. If you don't use cookies and you write a long post that goes beyond the duration of the session (10 - 15 minutes) and you submit it, it will ask you to log in. Once you have done this, it will post that message for you.
    I really wish there was a simple 'You have a pending message to post, please log in!'. What I'm not certain of is where it gets that information; I'd expect its simply passed through the post.
    Once done, if you hit a white page (there may be an issue with the database for example), just refresh and resubmit the post data until it accepts it.

    All and all, I think its a good idea to copy your text anyway; I always have and always will copy any text before I post.
    PHP Code:
    header('HTTP/1.1 420 Enhance Your Calm'); 
    Been gone for a few months, and haven't programmed in that long of a time. Meh, I'll wing it ;)


 

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