I'm working on an ecommerce site. I have admin access etc. The site locks me out every 15 minutes. I spoke to the web designer who informs me that this is a security measure, that it's necessary.
It's the height of annoyance, I need to work uninnterupted, not risk losing work, and having to repeatedly sign in. The guy that says it's risk - is he correct?
Thanks in advance
He is not correct. Or if he is, its an annoying measure that he himself created
What platform is the site built on?
(The guy that says it's risk - is he correct?) <-- ?
Don't know the platform. It is very irritating. I was just in there, having just realized that I have to input html in order for the content to read correctly - and I just got locked out again. I'm effing and jeffing
He tells me 'it's an e-commerce site love, very technical'. I've seen similar wp ones - which I could do myself.
AFAIK magneto platform has no such feature limitation for admin access, not sure about oscommerce or zencart. Payment processors use this feature to avoid hacks through unexpired session.
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