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Discussion in 'Help Requests' started by Marie Mallery, Jul 31, 2022.
If I leave for a few minutes, I get logged out. Any idea why? Its always been this way.
At the login screen, make sure to click on the "Stay logged in" button.
I've tried that Beth but I'll try again next time I log in.Thanks
If it happens again after clicking that, I'd suggest clearing your cache and dumping cookies, at least the ones for this site.
It used to do it to me, I had to make sure my cookie setting was right before coming to the site.
I allow cookies. I just clicked' dtay logged in 'again. See if it took this time.
I am now having trouble as well. Sometimes I have to reboot the computer to be able to log in, and even then it changes the display to become unreadable when I am logged in and change screens. Maybe my security stuff doesn't like a site that isn't secure?
One day last week it wouldn't let me log in either. There were 2 cookies on the pc for this website. Deleting them both fixed it. I think there is usually only one, but it happens so seldomly, can't remember for sure. I always log off when I'm done.
I think I found the problem. I was right. This computer software does not like sites that are not https:
That's odd, because the URL I'm on right now says https://www.seniorsonly.club/threads/site-keeps-logging-me-out.21241/#post-616071
If I have a problem before I go back to soc, I just go to settings and allow all cookies. Then when I leave I reset cookies.
Interesting, but when I turned that requirement off, the site works fine. I am no computer nerd. I just know the basics.
Thanks yall for help. I think its ok now it stayed on all night last night.
The past week auto sign in is hit and miss for me, each day I have to sign in and the rest of the day I could visit then leave come back later and it still auto signs in. No cookies have been removed by me and there should be another cookie each time I need to sign in. So I know it isn't my malware tools removing any cookies. Is there an answer to correct this ?
There's no one answer, no. It's a browser thing, probably. When browsers update, sometimes they reset the defaults pertaining to cookies. I have a similar problem when I'm using Edge for Mac, although I don't have that problem using Edge on my Windows machine.