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Hey, can anyone please help me understand how Pligg authenticates users and keeps track of them at and after login. I'm looking into having users sign in with twitter.
I'm making slow progress rummaging through the code, but it would be very helpful if someone just ran over flow with me and how the main logic works. Thanks a bunch.

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    Cookies!!! and the $_request variable. I'd just buy the Twitter Module myself But I'd buy the Facebook Module first!

    | Posted 792 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Hey, I got the twitter module, but I'm getting this error when attempting to log in with my twitter account. I think I set up the twitter side correctly. Any help? Thx.

    Strict Standards: Non-static method Auth_OpenID_CryptUtil::randomString() should not be called statically in /home/foambase/public_html/modules/twitter/OAuth.php on line 405

    Strict Standards: Non-static method Auth_OpenID_CryptUtil::getBytes() should not be called statically in /home/foambase/public_html/modules/twitter/CryptUtil.php on line 103

    | Posted 736 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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