Sorry, the shared server I use is being hammered by a DDOS attack. This is the third day, maybe it will come back to life.
The situation: a kiosk application where people in the community would log in to a web page, request some materials, then log out again. The users are all in our Active Directory login system. How can you construct it so that a user can log out, and the next log in, without forcing them to close and re-open the browser?
Previously the latest version of Firefox broke it. A small mod to the script seems to be just the ticket.
All things considered, maybe using sessions is better. If you’re in a situation where you can’t depend on people doing two clicks to log out, you should look into that.
At the risk of getting slammed by the programmers, I’m going to slam this software here. Really a poor implementation. Usability approaches zero. Can I score it with a negative number of stars on the Joomla Extensions Directory site? No, I can’t score it at all because their log-in system is broken.