First of, sorry if I'm in the wrong section.
I currently have a SMF forum (www dot fenimo dot com) running with TP.
And to this I have another module, or site called PHPraider, that is in turn running it's own authentication against SMF for handling members. PHPraider is located at www dot fenimo dot com/raids.
And this is working ok without any problems, however for esthetically purposes I've created a HTML article for this module that is hosting a simple <IFRAME> window towards the PHPraider site.
This to create a more seamless appearance.
Now we have upgraded the forum and TP to the latest version and we have started to encounter a problem with the <IFRAME>, it cannot authenticate users that is running firefox, while IE works fine for the same user.
However when they go directly to phpraider without using the <IFRAME> article it works, so the problem lies in the <IFRAME> tag somehow blocking the authentication.
So I'm currently exploring other soloutions to handle this seamless integration.
And have come to a standstill with possible ideas.
Anyone have some ideas to help me find a good soloution here?
Or is there a good way for me to import all the SMF/TP headers, menus, etc to the PHPraider site, and thus only making it look like it's integrated, but instead is styled to imitate the main site. ?
I hope I made my setup clear to you, and that you understand what I'm after, if not ask and I shall answer. Link to my site:
www dot fenimo dot com (phpraider at www dot fenimo dot com/raidsSMF version:
2.0 goldTP version:
1.0 RC2Default Forum Language:
SwedishTheme name and version:
DarkbreakBrowser Name and Version:
Firefox 5.0 / IE9Mods installed:
1. Aeva ~ Auto-Embed Video & Audio 7.1
2. nCode Image Resizer 1.3.1
3. Global Headers Footers 2.0
4. TinyPortal 1.104
5. ENotify 2.0.1
6. WoW - World of Warcraft Tooltips
7. Highslide 4 SMF 0.7a
8. Enhancements to purge inactive membersRelated Error messages:
No authentication through the <iframe>