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Question: Pligg Vulnerability?
Answer: provided by Yankidank 457 days ago
- 0 + I cannot reproduce this issue on your server using your provided example. I don't believe this is a Pligg CMS issue.
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Question: problem with Admin Panel
Answer: provided by Yankidank 457 days ago
- 1 + Would you happen to be on the web host home.pl (http://www.home.pl)? There is a report on the old forums by another user who had the same symptoms and he was using them. I even found a random blog article in another language that mentioned the same error with Pligg and home.pl (http://gigablogs.wordpress.com/2007/08/12/pligg-cms/). There is one more user that I am chatting with right now who is having the same issue and he is also using home.pl.
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Question: Overriding Modules' Templates?
Answer: provided by Yankidank 461 days ago
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Question: Kill Spam Users isnt Working
Answer: provided by Yankidank 461 days ago
- 1 + I want to add on top of the other comments, that the Spam users and submissions are hidden from view by default. You won't see them on the front page or even in the admin panel, unless you specifically request to view them through one of the admin panel filters.

But yes, like everyone else has already said there is no way to actually remove a user account from Pligg CMS without using some type of additional module to add the feature. We keep the spammer's data so that they don't come right back and try to do the exact same thing again. Their accounts are disabled though, so they can no longer log in or post any information to your site once they are labeled as a Spammer.
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Question: BUG: Back To Top
Answer: provided by Yankidank 461 days ago
- 1 + It may be beneficial to post module-specific issues to the module's product page, that way the module author will more likely see the message.
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Question: Pligg 2.0 user level for "moderator" is not secured !!!
Answer: provided by Yankidank 465 days ago
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Question: Admin page issue
Answer: provided by Yankidank 465 days ago
- 1 + Try to manually enter the url MYDOMAIN.COM/admin/admin_index.php

The /admin/index.php file performs a check that the /install directory is removed, before forwarding you on to that page. There may be some issue with your server causing that redirect to mess up. You should also try removing the /install directory (if you haven't already) in case it is the cause of this issue.
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Question: Admin page issue
Answer: provided by Yankidank 447 days ago
- 1 + Check your settings.php file and make sure that the $my_base_url value does not have a 'www' in it (or just 1 set of 'www'). If that file does have any www values in it, then you will also need to update your Admin settings the next time that you are able to login to the admin panel. You can do that from Admin > Settings > Location Installed. Without updating that, the settings.php file will eventually get overwritten by your database settings.
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Question: BUG: Agree to Terms & Captchas do not show up in Register Modal
Answer: provided by Yankidank 465 days ago
- 1 + Captcha appears normally for me in the modal window when using Bootstrap.

The agree to terms does not, which I am okay with since it's a free module. If you want users to be forced to agree to terms, then redirect the Register navigation link to the register page where it does embed itself.
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Question: BUG: Agree to Terms & Captchas do not show up in Register Modal
Answer: provided by Yankidank 464 days ago
- 2 + The reason that my account does not have an email address on your site is because I signed in through Twitter, which doesn't allow you to import user email addresses through the API.