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Error when creating Security pages for admin back-end

Thread began 7/29/2013 7:58 pm by Freddy | Last modified 8/01/2013 10:24 am by Freddy | 1942 views | 7 replies


Hey Jason,

That was weird... I noticed the interface added that piece of code when it generated the pages.

However, when i take that piece of PHP code from the test.php page, I run into a couple other issues.:

For some reason, the login page loads up with the error messages already showing, before ever typing any info in the fields.

Also, when I try loading the registration.php page, it gives me the following error:

"Fatal error: Call to undefined function WA_Auth_RulePasses() in /home/content/23/9114623/html/TLM/admin/registration.php on line 81"

I looked in this file on line 81, but don't know really what I am supposed to edit in order for it to work.

attached the files

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