vBSSO Access Settings in details You can customize your vBSSO Access Settings to make your site access suiting your individual needs. The following options are available in vBSSO Access Settings in vBSSO menu: vBulletin AC>vBSSO>Access Settings. The vBSSO Access Settings are divided in 3 types: [expand title="Allowed User Groups"] Allowed User Groups: here you can specify group id…Read more
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Bugs in EMThemes and how it should be fixed vBSSO has a conflict with a Magento EMThemes, as a result vBSSO does not work properly. Hard-coded links from the header of the Magento EMThemes are causing the influence on some vBSSO actions (login, register, logout). This hard-coded method does not allow to override vBSSO redirects. To resolve…Read more
The March release of WordPress 1.3.0 is available now We have released the next stable version of the Product vBSSO WordPress 1.3.0 Connect 1.x development branch. Most noteworthy issues: Added PHP 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0 support for WordPress 4.0, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7. Fixed the user group syncing issue. EOL (End-of-life due…Read more
The March release of vBSSO vBulletin 1.6.0 is available now We have released the next stable version of the Product vBSSO vBulletin 1.6.0 Connect 1.x development branch. Most noteworthy issues: Added PHP 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0 support for vBulletin 4.0, 4.1. Fixed the issue when download logs function was not working and was displaying an empty…Read more
If you are unable to login your admin area - we will show you how to disconnect vBSSO redirects and perform simple login without vBSSO. This method can be applied to all vBSSO Slave platforms. To disable vBSSO redirections, please: Open your vBSSO installation, and find 'config.custom.default.php' file via FTP (for example, '$WORDPRESS_HOME/wp-content/plugins/vbsso/config.custom.default.php' in WordPress). Rename this file as 'config.custom.php'. Save…Read more
If you are trying to login to your connected platforms, but after login you see the vBulletin message: Please, don't panic! It is NOT A BUG! It is a common message when HTTPS is used. If you're seeing an "Invalid redirect" error message then you might be able to fix it by adding…Read more
HTTPS: An Overview Are you looking to move from HTTP to HTTPS (HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure) your WordPress or vBulletin site? But, you have no idea what SSL or HTTPS is. Do not worry, we will help you to cope with it. What is the HTTPS and why we need it for? The main aim of HTTPS is…Read more
Today, we are going to discuss the Imperva Incapsula and its cooperation with the vBSSO. Imperva Incapsula It is a cloud-based application delivery platform. It uses a global content delivery network to provide web application security, DDoS mitigation, content caching, application delivery, load balancing and failover services. The default installation and activation of Incapsula can block…Read more
Logs, logging, log file, vBSSO logs ... Someone has asked you for a debug log? As far as we all know (do not know, not all - in fact it is really do not matter), the Log File - it is a file for recording events in a computer program. Logging is the act of…Read more
Great news! vBSSO vBulletin 1.5.1 is released now - February 19, 2016. The major change is the Fix of an issue when vBulletin redirects to WordPress search page after сlearing the browser's cookie and cache. Now, vBSSO redirects you to particular page from which you are logged in. The patched version is available here. Let's take…Read more
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