Last post Jan 02, 2006 10:50 PM by TimGT
Jan 01, 2006 12:43 AM|TimGT|LINK
I have DNN 3.2.0 and there is a bug where suddenly on a lot of portals, when a user clicks "Register" it simply takes them to the homepage instead of the registration page. Anybody have any ideas?
Jan 01, 2006 08:29 AM|CasperJuna|LINK
Did you change any settings under your Site Settings?
Check the following setting: Site Settings > Advanced Settings > Page Management >
User Page. What page is selected? The page specified here is the page users get redirected to after they click "Register"!
Jan 01, 2006 11:38 AM|TimGT|LINK
Thanks for the comment CJ!
The UserTabID = <NULL> is what is set on this, meaning that the entry has not changed. This affects quite a few portals I have suddenly and for no reason I see.
I notice that the Register link on the page shows this
and it doesn't have the standard Register in the link at all. Any idea? This is really confusing for me!!
Jan 01, 2006 12:22 PM|IcthusTech|LINK
Jan 01, 2006 01:01 PM|TimGT|LINK
Does anything happen if you set a user registration page in the site settings?
They are all set at the defaults now. If you change it to a page, it still goes back to the homepage when you click register.
But a huge thing is the Register link actually is a link to the homepage, not to the register page for some reason. Oddly enough, many portals using the same skin function correctly.
Check that out, see what I mean. I'm totally confused :)
Jan 01, 2006 04:12 PM|IcthusTech|LINK
Works for me.
Could be a cache issue on your end?
Jan 01, 2006 04:59 PM|TimGT|LINK
Jan 01, 2006 05:12 PM|TimGT|LINK
Okay so that portal suddenly started working normal again.
Check this one: http://mercsforhire.wowguilds.com/
Notice the Register link simply is the same URL as the homepage? I reset my cache and restarted my IIS and w3wp process and yet it is the same. The UserTabID is null, so there is no value in there to point it to the homepage. I also tested it from 4 machines
located across the US so it isn't a local browser issue.
Any ideas? Thx!
Jan 01, 2006 08:07 PM|IcthusTech|LINK
Jan 01, 2006 10:07 PM|MikeG|LINK
I checked, and it is apparent to me that there is a bug in DNN. Check how the Register link is constructed... nowhere in the Register link does it actually have the Register aspx, versus all register links that do have it. So it looks like whatever in
DNN that takes the [REGISTER] and turns it into a link is having a problem, hmm.
The powerbar doesn't affect it, it is just a little change.
Also, there are over a thousand portals that work fine, however, about 50 of mine have these wierd Register issues.
Any other ideas on what to check?
Thanks again :]
Jan 02, 2006 10:50 PM|TimGT|LINK
Does anybody else have any ideas on what is causing this?