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post #61 of 73 (permalink) Old 11-23-2015, 02:32 PM Thread Starter
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I was using my ipad and iphone.

Checking my PC though and there's a lot of ads here too. It's ridiculous. This is a real bummer.

Do you have an ad blocker?
Make sure you stay logged in and use the "remember me" box to see way les ads.

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This is what I get when I log on. I cleared the cache before logging in but still happens. When I get this page I have to click on the main VMF logo to get access to the forums.



Been a member here for 3 years

But you can still post, Try the "remember me" box and see if that helps.

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I use google Chrome on my PC too. How do you get rid of all the stupid ads. Very frustrating. The recent conversations don't show up as cleanly as the last one so I can't keep up with the new conversations.

Another forum I visit seldom uses the same format as this new site. There's a reason why I don't go to that one.

I don't care about the "most popular" discussions that are ancient. I want to see the "most recent".

Sorry to bash the new site, but there are only a few benefits that I can see so far. Change is good and welcome, but it seems we have very diverse thoughts on "user friendly".
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post #62 of 73 (permalink) Old 11-23-2015, 02:47 PM
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Checking in for any weekend feedback or issues.

Let me know how it is going or if you have any questions.

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Vintage Mustang Forum

If I click that; it doesn't enter the sub-forum. It merely stays on the homepage.
Where are you clicking on?

"forums" at the top, it should bring you to the main index page.

Can you grab a screen shot?

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Where is this "remember me" box?

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Where is this "remember me" box?
Upper right hand corner when you are logged out, just check it.

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When I click on the Vintage Mustang forum button; it does not enter the forum. It merely refreshes the main page. To explain further, if I click the Build Forum - it will enter the forum and show me all the threads listed. The same does not occur when I click the Vintage Mustang forum.

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post #67 of 73 (permalink) Old 11-24-2015, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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When I click on the Vintage Mustang forum button; it does not enter the forum. It merely refreshes the main page. To explain further, if I click the Build Forum - it will enter the forum and show me all the threads listed. The same does not occur when I click the Vintage Mustang forum.
What are you clicking on, the "Forum" or the "logo"

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If I click on that forum; it does not enter the forum. It merely reloads the homepage. I can only read the thread with the latest post - What are "must have" etc.

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If I click on that forum; it does not enter the forum. It merely reloads the homepage. I can only read the thread with the latest post - What are "must have" etc.
Weird what browser are you using?

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Cleared the cache and it worked. I'm using Waterfox.

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Cleared the cache and it worked. I'm using Waterfox.
You might be using an old cookie. they're pretty stale if left out for too long.
it might have been a bug that happened recently (nothing was reported) but it's good now?

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I didn't read through all 5 pages to see if this has already been covered, but I get an error when I log in.

After I log in, I'm directed to a page that has this error: "Invalid Redirect URL (http://www.vintage-mustang.com/index.php)"

Clicking on the banner or any of the navigation links ... they all work like they should. Only see it after I log in.


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Try clearing your cache and cookies and see if it still happens. Are you always signing in from the homepage every time?

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