well i dunno if it's using cookies, try commenting on another computer and check the windows/linux cookie dir.
It definitely does, they're set in b2comments.post.php . Did the cookies work with your old version of b2?
Nope, cookies didn't work in my old b2 either :(
Pleeaaaaase someone help meeeee :(
I haven't the slightest idea why it's not working! :(
Okay Eudaimic I left a comment on your site and looked at the headers. The set-cookie lines just aren't being sent by b2comment.post.php like they should be. My only guess as to why this would be effecting you is that it's related to IIS. I will look around to see if there are any cookie monsters that are IIS-specific.
How can I see what webserver-program I'm on?
Just found this on the PHP manual comments for setcookie:
If you experience problems on Microsoft Information Server (IIS) when setting a cookie via PHP and when PHP is running as a CGI binary it is not setting the cookie. After spending many hours on what the problem is here is what happens:
I've asked my host to move me to an Apache server, enough of this IIS crap! :|
I switched from MT to WordPress recently so I'm using 1.0. In my popup comments, the poster information isn't saving which I assume as everything to do with the cookies. I've no idea why... I tried to look for something that might have been commented out, but alas nothing. I'm at Dreamhost, phpinfo says Apache server.
Not really sure where to go from here. Help/suggestions much appreciated.
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