I'm having a really perplexing issue I've been trying to solve for three days now and maybe you guys can help me.
Starting on Wednesday of this week browsers started caching logins (not regular saved passwords but actually cached so you don't have to enter it in a new browser session) for 'tylersroom.net' and no longer asking for a log in when you hit the member page unless a reload is done of the page. If you do get straight in to the members page without the prompt coming up, which is what happens with me, a lot of stuff seems not to work as you're not actually logged in and again one has to reload the member page this time (often a hard reload only works - control reload etc) to get the login prompt and things behave normally.
I've reached out to people I know in the biz and get mixed results - some aren't seeing any issue like that others are. Oddly enough 'videos.tylersroom.net' does prompt for a login always (this is where the Originals are and Downloads) but it's a different domain and that login is supposed to be seamless and would be if you were properly logged into the main site but that just adds to peoples confusion when they get prompted for that section only.
In this environment AEBN feeds become an issue as well and don't appear to work to the layman user as their security doesn't think you're logged in so they send you on a loop of authentication to my "enter" page. The only solution is to keep refreshing the members page every day but this is clearly not a good thing and I've spent 3 days now trying to figure this out. My hosts are not being much of a help as they say browser caching is not a server problem but I have my doubts as it's every single browser it's happening with (at least with me and the others who report same problem) and only specific to 'tylersroom.net' domain.
Are you guys all experiencing this? If so anyone have any ideas what could be wrong? I'm going to call my hosts today and see if I can get their ear more seriously.