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(1) When I use http://localhost/somefolder/secure/login.aspx and provide the site user login id & password. It does nothing.
(2) When I create a child site , and do login It uses email@example.com instead of current administrator.
I need help!
When I do login on child site, it logged in successfully but redirect to parent home page. But User was login for child site so it must be redirect to http://localhsot/somefolder/home.aspx.
The problem is in http://localhost/somefolder because it redirect user to parent home page.
I have already created a somefolder with default.aspx in root. Default.aspx is redirecting to child home page.
So please anyone help me to resolve this issue.
Thanks in advance.
Maybe you have some IIS url re-writer that is doing re-writing before it gets to mojoPortal.
Or you are using an older version or a modified version of mojoPortal.
It works correctly with the latest version of mojoPortal when I test it.
When I create a child site, It set default administrator login id as "firstname.lastname@example.org" and password as "admin". While for parent site the Administrator is different. For child site, administrator must be parent administrator. how can I do that?
You need to enable Related Sites Mode. You can read about that here: http://www.mojoportal.com/muliplesites.aspx