Support » Plugins » [Plugin: Sidebar Login] Does not work in Firefox

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  • I had the same issue – turns out it was due to no “www” in the prefix of the url. Simple resolution thankfully.

    Edit the plugin:
    * Locate the function current_url at the bottom.
    * Change the third line of the function:

    $pageURL .= “://”;

    $pageURL .= “://www.”;

    Save it and enjoy… hope that helps.


    Ok, now for some strange reason it is allowing me to logout in IE, but it does not show I’m logged out.

    Thank you, Korelin!!! Too bad I wrestled with it for 2 hours before thinking to check here.

    Complaintbucket: I had the same problem. I found a conflict between Lester GaMeRz Chan’s WP-poll and this plugin. Others have found the same problem with Chan’s WP-post ratings.

    Once I disabled Chan’s plugin, all was fine. But, unfortunately for me, that’s not a solution.

    Did you find an alternative yet similar login plugin that doesn’t have this problem?

    After upgrading the latest version (2.1.4) today (22.October.2008), it stopped working on FireFox. I cannot log in with correct ID and password. Please help. The latest version does not work with FireFox?


    Have you found any solution?? I too am using WP-polls which causes this plugin not to work.



    I’m using WP-polls too and It worked with Sidebar login at first, but stopped work when I created a new poll.

    When I first dissabled WP-polls and then enabled it again then Sidebar Login worked OK again, of some reason.

    Buts it’s no soloution so I also want to know what to do?

    Download link fails. File not found.


    I now have this problem and cant find an answer. It was working earlier today, but i did some modifications to register plus and common.js, which i ended up putting back how they were, and now sidebar login does not work with firefox, i.e is ok luckily.

    Its a great plug-in and I would love to fix, i noticed Korelin suggested

    $pageURL .= “://”;

    $pageURL .= “://www.”;

    was this changed in version 2.2 because it looks like this solution has now been implemented.

    Any advice I’d be mega grateful, you can see it in action here down the bottom right sidebar

    many thanks,


    I just started getting this as well.

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