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I installed the free version of the SCLogin module in Joomla version 3.9.10 under Joomshaper Mega Inc template but it does not work. The module is placed in a module position. I have attached the screen caps. We intend to purchase this module if it works with other templates.
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I'm assuming the image explains everything, but that's not always the case. If there's any more information can provide on 'it does not work', that would be helpful so we can get you the best answer as quickly as possible.
Don't mean to hijack this thread, but it appears that the OP hasn't continued. Suddenly my Joomla user log in has stopped working, so I installed SCLogin and it also does not login the user.
Site: http://midcolumbiawoodturners.org/officers/ login at the bottom. It just seems to ignore your login info. If I use index.php?option=com_users&view=login, it does allow me to login. One strange thing with that is, once you are logged in, you can not log out unless I go to the control panel and "cancel" the logged in user.
I'm reasonably thinking that it isn't actually an SCLogin fault, but I am hoping someone has ran across this before.
Thanks for any ideas.
When I try to login on your site, there's something that's redirecting from officers to officers/ and then the request is being denied. Try to disable SEF URLs, both in the Global Configuration area or in any 3rd party extensions you have enabled. My guess is that it's either an SEF issue or something wrong with your .htaccess file that's improperly routing the requests (and/or denying them). Beyond that, if you have a firewall extension on your site, try disabling that.
Once everything is disabled and, hopefully, login is working.. start re-enabling one by one until you narrow down the culprit and it will be easier to come up with a solution.
I hope that helps,
Thanks for your time. I disabled SEF in Global and that seemed to solve it. I'm fairly new with Joomla, and that was needed for some other issue, originally. Why would that suddenly stop the log in function from working? What other issues will that effect negatively?.
Thanks again for your thoughts.
SEF in the Global configuration area is what changes URLs from looking like:
That shouldn't prevent authentication, but knowing that's the problem helps. I'd check that you're using the standard .htaccess of Joomla, have caching disabled as well, and keep trying to narrow down any settings that could be combining to make the problem.
If you can live with the non-SEF URLs above, leaving the SEF settings disabled is a fine solution as well.