Logout problem in Kunena 1.6.3 forum with Joomla 1.6.1

Posted on 2011-05-05
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Last Modified: 2012-12-18
Hi there

I install Kunena forum component for joomla 1.6. Everything seems OK except two things (I think both of them have the same behaviour): "Logout" & "Mark all topics read" buttons. When I click any of them, it open a blank page with an infinite repeating of the phrase (en/index.php/) in the URL

Have a look to my site here

What should be the soultion?
Question by:hamsalgla
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Author Comment

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It is really urgent. I can not publish my website without fixing those problems

Any help please?? :(
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by:Andrew Derse
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Are you still having this problem or were you able to resolve it?

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hamsalgla earned 0 total points
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Thanks, the problem solved

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there is no solution it is just solved

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