I set up the login using the login page wizard. I followed the instructions exactly. I re uploaded all the includes file and the login file I created. When I run the file and try to login, I am getting a message that my password is wrong. I KNOW I am using the correct password. In fact, just to be certain, I opened up phpadmin and copied it then pasted it into the login page.
The only thing I questioned when I was using the login page wizard: I noticed in one section, under sessions, where the instructions suggested I would be able to remove the userid from "add session" id, I could not remove the Id, which is the primary key in my db. But I set up the 'email address as the user name.
I uploaded everything to my website and tried to login from there. Same problem so I tried to send my email to myself and this is what I got:
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/xxxxxxxx/public_html/xxxxxxxxx/forgot_password.php:19) in /home/xxxxxxxx/public_html/xxxxxxxx/includes/common/KT_functions.inc.php on line 464.
Wow! After all those errors it sent to me, it still sent me an email with my password. Problem is that that it is nothing like my actual password. So I logged in to my host site phpadmin to take a look. It changed my password but it is encrypted.
If I don't like the new password it gave me, now what do I do? It seems it does not want to let me put my own in????
Now, this would not be so bad if I weren't doing the site for someone else who does not even know about .0000000001 % as much as I do. But it is going to be pretty embarrassing if I cannot tell them why their password no longer works [it worked fine before I tried the addt extensions] and why they cannot pick their own password.