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#1
Hey there,

When logging into the forums here, it redirects you to the homepage. Can you make it so it redirects us back to the forum?

Thanks.
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#2
Good call. That's fixed. When I forced https it broke my original redirect link which was http and caused it to go to the home page.
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#3
Sweet!

Question while you're here. I forced HTTPS on my installation, and I have a SSL cert from AutoSSL in cPanel, however, when including my
Code:
functions.js
it includes it non-SSL and I have to manually allow scripts. Do you know a fix for this? Google and Stack isn't helping.

Thanks.
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#4
So let me make sure we're on the same page. There's no functions.js file in userspice, so that's your own file. Is there a reason that

<script src="https://yourdomain.com/users/js/myscripts.js"></script>

or whatever wouldn't work or do you turn force ssl off and on?

You always have the idea of
Code:
<?php
Code:
if ($settings->force_ssl==1){ ?>
Code:
<script src="https://yourdomain.com/users/js/myscripts.js"></script>
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<?php }else{ ?>
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<script src="http://yourdomain.com/users/js/myscripts.js"></script>
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<?php } ?>
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#5
I think you posted on the other server that your redirect was still not working when you login. Try now. We've moved to a much heftier server.
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#6
Dan,

Thanks for this. I had posted this. The redirect is working properly. Happy to hear you guys are on a better server.

Thanks.
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#7
FYI - the Forums link at the top which I use to go back to the home part of the forum is redirecting to userspice.org/forums instead of .com which causes a break in the current session and has my logged out while on that page.
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#8
...and if you do a search in google for UserSpice, it points to https://www.userspice.com which does not work. If I manually change it to http://www.userspice.com then it works
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#9
The server is wonky due to moving to our own dedicated server. I am working out the kinks.
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#10
I just reinstalled our SSL certificates on the .org and the .com so https should work again and changed the link for the forums back to .com. I've been leapfrogging servers over the past few days.
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