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Iv'e logged in to my username and password and my log in name appears at the top right of the page,but when I go to the forum or other places I am logged off.Why is this?I don't want to keep logging in on every page I go to.How do I fix this or can John Clare fix this?Everytime I visit this page before last week I was automaticly logged in without any trouble.I've restored my password also.Thanks and please help.
 

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I used to stay logged in everytime I visited the forum. Now I have to log in everytime I visit the forum. I do stay logged in wherever I navigate on the forum for that session.
 

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I have the same problem Michael, I thought it was something I had done! It's very annoying to keep having to log in.
 

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I am having the same problem as Michael and Kerry.
 

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I have the same problem get it fixed john please getting old now got a bad memory.
 

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This is a known problem with cookies (the thing that helps your computer to keep you logged in). The problem is on your end. You need to delete our cookie and then log in (don't forget the "Remember" box) and you will be set. To delete the cookie will depend on what browser you have but it is usually an option in privacy or security from the browser's menu.

I use mac firefox and to delete just the caudata.org cookie I go to the "preferences" menu, then "privacy", then "remove individual cookie", then find "caudata.org" on the list and click "Remove Cookie". Then log in like I said earlier and your problem will be fixed.
 

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Thank you John. I've never done anything with 'cookies' before (except eat them!) but I did as you said and I'm now logged in permenantly again, if I can do it anyone can!
 

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when I search cookies I think their are about 20 cookies for caudata.org They say things like
caudata.org bblastactivity
caudata.org bblastvisit
caudata.org bbuserid


Do I delete all of them? I'm kind of lost.
 
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