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  • Hosts Only Section - Joining

    You can now find the comprehensive list of WebHostChat Joining Rules/Requirements; Advertising Rules & Signature rules in the WHC FAQ:


    To join the hosts only forum - please visit
    http://www.webhostchat.co.uk/company/join/

    Please make sure you check the remember me box when logging in to use the company pages!


    http://www.webhostchat.co.uk/faq.php?faq=forum2
    Last edited by administrator; 17th May 2010, 12:39 PM.
    Admin for Webhostchat.co.uk

  • #2
    Just for your information in the FAQ's it states the following:

    1) Have made at least 20 posts for basic access

    But on the Register your Hosting Company! page it states "Made at lest 30 posts" in the Steps for host only forums list.

    And in the forum description it lists "Be on a registered company and make 25 posts to enter!"
    James Chillman

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    • #3
      James-
      Thanks for the bug report I've fixed all 3 points now. Cheers!
      Joel Samuel
      WebHostChat Admin

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      I represent my own views and not those of my companies or the forum(s) on which I moderate.[/SIZE]

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      • #4
        I can't find my threads any more...
        Martfox Web Hosting - UK & US Servers
        Shared Hosting - VPS Hosting - Ecommerce Hosting
        GeoTrust/Rapid SSL Certificates
        CS-Cart Ecommerce Software
        Hosting from EUR 1.50/month

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        • #5
          Neil hasn't rebuilt the search since the update.
          im sure he will be right on that
          Nick Fothergill
          XNC Hosting

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          • #6
            ...and can't log in into Company profile pages for UK Web hosting companies anymore.
            Martfox Web Hosting - UK & US Servers
            Shared Hosting - VPS Hosting - Ecommerce Hosting
            GeoTrust/Rapid SSL Certificates
            CS-Cart Ecommerce Software
            Hosting from EUR 1.50/month

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            • #7
              Any update on Martfox's last post Neil? I suspect large mods to the forum like the hosting profile page to new versions of vB arn't to straight-forward to reintegrate, but if you do have an ETA, that would be great
              Andrew

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              • #8
                I know what the issue is acctually from day one, i kind of forgot about it

                Problem is default cookie used to be called bb_ now its just bb without the underscore. I will resolve it over the weekend all going well.
                Admin for Webhostchat.co.uk

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                • #9
                  Any update this weekend on this?
                  Simon Gunton
                  The views expressed in the above post are mine alone and not necessarily those of anyone else

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                  • #10
                    If you really need access you can copy your browser's cookies as "bb*" instead of "bb_*" - this will allow you access to the aforementioned pages. The *userid, *password and *sessionhash cookies should be copied over, though you may already have bblastvisit and bblastactivity cookies which can just have their contents updated to reflect your bb_lastvisit and bb_lastactivity cookies. This really isn't recommended but will give you access to these pages.

                    You should end up with two sets of cookies:
                    bb_lastvisit
                    bb_lastactivity
                    bb_userid
                    bb_password
                    bb_sessionhash
                    AND
                    bblastvisit
                    bblastactivity
                    bbuserid
                    bbpassword
                    bbsessionhash

                    If you need to edit your cookies, I would recommend (for Firefox users only) the "Edit Cookies" add-on for Firefox, though IE/Chrome etc have their own extensions.

                    Whow, I actually got around to posting something in three years. :\

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                    • #11
                      Im trying to register company (i now have 30 posts) but when i go to the reg page it says "Company CP --- ERROR!
                      You must be logged in (with the remember me option = ON) to register your company. " even tho I am logged in with remember me on?

                      Help? :s
                      Dan Rodgers - Director & Domains Expert - allthe.domains
                      Domains | UK SSD Hosting | Fully Managed WordPress
                      :: Nominet & CentralNic Accredited :: 800+ Domain Extensions Supported :: 24x7x365 UK-based Support ::
                      Views are my own and not those of my employer or any other company I own/represent.

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                      • #12
                        Xdnet-
                        It's the problem illustrated above, it's cookies.
                        Joel Samuel
                        WebHostChat Admin

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                        I represent my own views and not those of my companies or the forum(s) on which I moderate.[/SIZE]

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                        • #13
                          ... So I have to edit cookies to access a webpage? ...

                          Surely this should fall under the webmasters job.. *sigh*
                          Dan Rodgers - Director & Domains Expert - allthe.domains
                          Domains | UK SSD Hosting | Fully Managed WordPress
                          :: Nominet & CentralNic Accredited :: 800+ Domain Extensions Supported :: 24x7x365 UK-based Support ::
                          Views are my own and not those of my employer or any other company I own/represent.

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                          • #14
                            Oh yes, I entirely agree-
                            It's a known issue, the site owner is the webdev, and thus, just needs to get round to fixing it. I know it's a pain...
                            Joel Samuel
                            WebHostChat Admin

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                            I represent my own views and not those of my companies or the forum(s) on which I moderate.[/SIZE]

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                            • #15
                              can't i be the web div instead
                              Admin for Webhostchat.co.uk

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