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[RESOLVED] // //change_password.php tossing in "slashes"

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[RESOLVED] // //change_password.php tossing in "slashes"
November 25, 2010 06:40PM
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"index.php"); // remove the forward SLASH for production
in index.php was the culprit!!

First off, Happy Thanksgiving to all here on the site....and sorry to bother...but I need to post for the help...

OK, I had the wrong SQL as it didn't have a username field...have no idea why it was even there.

Now? Here's the problem... as I am getting a // fed into the URL...this is something 1+ years ago...i know was a bug in code...in a few places, but i forget where

Jim



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 11/25/2010 11:22PM by trochia.
Re: [RESOLVED] // //change_password.php tossing in "slashes"
November 26, 2010 03:39PM
Glad you figured it out and thanks for posting your solution. And Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!

Best Wishes,
Larry

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