I can confirm that it is still not working (tested with IE and Chrome onto another computer).
When it was working fine, using server adress for both config of joomla and cpg, I created 3 users.
These 3 users in joomla was synchronised with the help of the tunnel.
So when I try to access to cpg from the joomla link (the one you modified the alias), I don't be loged into cpg.
With these 3 users, if I try lo log into cpg with its direct login adress (domain//galerie/login.php).
I can log in with success.
So If now I create a new user in joomla and try access to cpg with the joomla link, I can't be loged.
If I try to log in with cpg direct log in adress, I can't, because the new user is not create in cpg tables.
Thant means, tunnel is broken, there's no more synchronisation between joomla and cpg.
* My thoughts.
It was perfectly working when settings were made with the server adress, problems come when I attached the domain name.
I think there's a problem with some path somewhere.
I modified every path in joomla configuration (from server path to domain path for cache and log files).
I modified the joomla link to access cpg via the tunnel (from server adress to domain adress)
In cpg, I modified the URL in the admin config.
So what did I forget ?
Could it be some path setting somewhere else (in cpg files or cpg table) that don't be modified ?
I really think the problem is here.
Whant is you thought please ?
- I will now give a try to the upload plug in you suggested.
- then, I will give a try to your old tunnel plug in (the one I used with succes with server adress).
If it doesn't work anymore, and if you see no more solution.
Do you thing I should try a complete re-install of the cpg script ?
Sure I don't really want to do that, because this is some work ... but if it's the only solution ... is there any chance of succes ?
I love your plug in, this a great feature added to cpg.
It makes me mad, I saw it working perfectly, and now I can't make it works.