Cannot login to dashboard
I've checked through the forum and there are many similar problems but I can't seem to find one that directly relates to what is happening with what I'm experiencing here.
I've uploaded all the htdocs from the dev site to live site.
I've transferred all the db contents by dumping from dev and importing into old.
I've cleared all the cache files from files/cache.
I can see all the front pages find but when I try and log in to dashboard using the same admin user and password as on the dev site then it would just redirect me back to the login again. If I entered a wrong user or pass then I would get the error message come up, but with the correct login details it just keeps redirecting back to the login page. I've reset the password several times, every time I enter the new password it redirects me back to the home page but without any of the dashboard panel buttons at the top. When I try and subsequently login via the dashboard login it always does the same, it will accept it (ie, it won't give a login error) but it simply just keeps redirecting back to the login page.
I'm using Fatcow hosting (www.fatcow.com) and when I check the error logs it seems that nothing is written there so I have no idea what the problem could be.
Can anybody help?
In the file: concrete/startup/session.php
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Let me know.
I have also noticed that if i use a different browser than Internet Explorer it does not do that. Also when logging into concrete5.org i have the same issue which makes me believe its possible that it is a concrete issue. I'm pretty sure that the website is on their cms.
1. deleted contents of files/cache (but saved the index.html inside that folder).
2. Deleted cookies in my browser for that particular site (if you are a lucky you are using a browser where you can delete the cookies just for that particular site).
3. Went in to the **parent** page where the "edit" wasn't appearing and checked my *sub-page* permissions to make sure my user had edit permissions for that particular page, i.e. something like
--home page -- go here and check sub-page permissions for "my-subpage"
-- sub-page --> check the permissions on the home page for "sub-page" permissions.