YdihwIP

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    https://www.der-riedel-shop.de/

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  1. Hi cubecarters ;-) right, I resolved the thing by a simple cut. I made a completely fresh installation on the production website. Opened local and remote admin panel in two browser windows an copied the data manually. Everything is fine, I can even login with Chrome without any troubles now. So there must have been something I missed, ignored or ruined when I copied my local version via FTP. Anyway, it's up and running. Thank you for your support and your hints. Cheers: Martin
  2. Hi Al, thank you for this information. Maybe this is the pivotal point where I made my mistake. I wanted to install CC locally first because my intention is to write an import plugin for categories and customer data. So after having set up everything fine on my localhost I copied the files via FTP and then loaded the local mysql_dump via phpMyAdmin into the remote database. Then I checked the global.inc.php and the .htaccess file. As I can obviously reach the page I was almost startled that I could not log in - after all everything went fine locally. I will give your advice a try - and post the result then. Cheers: Martin
  3. Hi Keat, yes I did. The page runs under https and has a certificate. Maybe I just do another clean install and import the database then. But anyway, I think this is a little bit strange. Cheers: Martin
  4. Hi, I read this thread with great intrest, since I've experienced the same problems. Actually I got the CubeCart shop (6.1.8) and its backend running on localhost (PHP-Version: 7.0.21-1~ubuntu16.04.1+deb.sury.org+1, MySQL-Version: 5.7.19-0ubuntu0.16.04.1, Server-Software: Apache/2.4.27 (Ubuntu)) even with Chromium - thanks to bsmither's advice in But I cannot log me in on the production site online. Of course I changed the /includes/global.inc.php accordingly to meet the settings of my provider. I cleared the browser cache, the database cache and the cache folder; tried different browsers. Still I cannot log me in, it always says: "Security Alert: Possible Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) or browser back button used." As I am setting up the CubeCart shop for a customer - and he should be able to log himself in without hassle, obviously - this is an important problem. Is there a known and viable route to escape this trouble? Cheers: Martin