I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..
You want to force cookies set this to yes.
You want a session ID so set this to true.
Try it now..
Force Cookie Use True.
Check SSL Session ID True.
This I did. it it correct?.
Now y do I do session id to be correct. wouldnt it ask in every page to test it. how this thing works. you think the settings you told will b for my host too. I mean r they supposed to be this way?.
The script needs to be told to look for a session id which is stored either in a tect file or if you chose in MySQL database tables. This is the best way SQL that is...
If you use force cookies set to true then your iPage site will be blocked by a lot of firewalls, such as mine, so I will not be able to see your site..
I dont want that.
What abt check ssl session id..
Can you tell me your settings?.
And any other setting in admin congigeration section that you have to do it after installation. (i mean not set to be correct setting by default) I still dont know whats cache, gzip etc.....
If on a shared server then you would change the configure.php session to mysql or change the directory in admin from tmp to something else as an absolute path. The cache setting again if a shared solution and you have cache set to true then change the directory path to an absolute path..
What hsould be my settings for sessions in admin.
Mine are now:.
Force Cookie Use.
Check SSL Session ID.
Check User Agent.
Check IP Address.
Prevent Spider Sessions.
Can anyone with ssl (not shared) match this info with theirs...