I modified my channels.php doc as described, but I don't see the channels on the front-end (it doesn't show up in the source, even).
Here's my channels array:
$channels = 'Channel1';
$channels = 'Channel2';
$channels = 'Social3';
$channels = 'Social4';
$channels = 'Cooldown';
On the front end, I get the channels "Channel1", "Channel2" and "" (in this case "username" is "admin). It happens whether I'm logged in as an admin or a guest. I've seen other people mention this problem - has anyone found a solution yet?
I'm using PHP5.2, no Ruby, mysqli. I'm not even sure where to start with debugging this, since anytime I place an echo in a function of one of the classes, I get an error on the front end. Can anyone help me with either figuring out what the problem is, or giving me some pointers on how to debug it?
I figured it out. In users.php, you have to explicitly set the channels that a user has access to.
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