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  • That usually means that you didn't uncomment one of the two sections of .htaccess that force www or non-www URLs. When a user gets switched from one to the other after logging in, the session is lost and the user is no longer logged in.
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    • Quote from: BobRay at Nov 08, 2016, 06:09 AM
      That usually means that you didn't uncomment one of the two sections of .htaccess that force www or non-www URLs. When a user gets switched from one to the other after logging in, the session is lost and the user is no longer logged in.

      Of course, that makes sense.

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