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Problem with login to easysocial

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2 months 2 weeks ago #828 by jgcaudet
jgcaudet created the topic: Problem with login to easysocial
Hi.

If I enable "System - EU e-Privacy Directive" plugin, when I want to login in Easysocial I can´t.
If I delete cache browser, I login first time. But when I logout, the next time I want to login I can´t.
Until I delete cache browser again. So indefinitely

I checked it with Chrome, Mozilla,...

If I disable this plugin, I login without problems.

I updated to last version of this plugin and I get the same issue.

Can you help me to solve this ?

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2 months 2 weeks ago #830 by michael
michael replied the topic: Problem with login to easysocial
The plugin prevents creation of the session cookie - which will prevent login. Users must accept cookies before logging in, which is why the documentation says to remove login modules because they won't work.

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2 months 2 weeks ago #831 by jgcaudet
jgcaudet replied the topic: Problem with login to easysocial
When your plugin shows to me buttons to "Accept" or "Decline" cookies , I press "Accept"

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2 months 2 weeks ago #832 by michael
michael replied the topic: Problem with login to easysocial
I'm going to need more information than that. Can you email me directly with some details? Use the contact link up top.

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1 month 3 weeks ago #937 by jgcaudet
jgcaudet replied the topic: Problem with login to easysocial
I send you and email

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1 month 3 weeks ago #939 by michael
michael replied the topic: Problem with login to easysocial
Please read the documentation. It clearly states that users will NOT be able to log in until they have accepted cookies. This is not a flaw - it is the INTENDED OPERATION. Joomla requires a session cookie to log in. Without accepting cookies, your visitors have no session cookie and cannot log in.

I mentioned this SPECIFICALLY in the documentation. I also suggested hiding your login forms until users have accepted cookies.

www.richeyweb.com/documentation/10-eu-e-privacy-directive

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