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#1 ElroyX 08-08-2018 10:03:25

Hi there,

I'd like my webbrowsers to be able to save the username and password in the login form. At the moment neither Mozilla Firefox nor Microsoft Edge recognizes the login form and so doesn't offer to save the credentials (or better said: it does save the emailadress [not the password] and shows them when the field is clicked with the left mousebutton, but it's not filled in automatically).

I've set the 'autocomplete="on"'-option in the input field of the form for 'email' and 'pass', but it doesn't seem to have any effect.

Thanks for your help!

Regards

Elroy

#2 msworld 09-08-2018 02:32:25

Hi Elroy,

This is controlled by the browser, not the script. You can`t force this with code. So, possibly being caused by your browser settings or a plugin.

#3 ElroyX 12-08-2018 17:12:45

Hello David,

I'm afraid it has nothing to do with different browsers, settings or plugins, as it also doesn't work with vanilla installations of Firefox, Edge or Internet Explorer, which offer to save credentials on other websites just fine.

In order to find out what could be the reason I was fumbling around with the 'autocomplete-option (on/off) in '_default_set\account-login.tpl.php' or removing the onkeypress-functions in the login-form for 'email' and 'pass', etc., but nothing yet worked. And as I'm anything but a Webdesigner, I think I'm at the end of the search wink

Is there anything else I could try?

Regards

Elroy

#4 msworld 13-08-2018 05:23:39

Hi Elroy,

The ulitimate control lies with the browser. It might be that it doesn`t work with Maian Support because it uses Ajax? So, not a standard form submission. Not sure. I did a search, but couldn`t find anything useful. Apart from the 'autocomplete' instruction, there isn`t anything in the code set to help prevent the browser remembering anything. It`s not something I ever use myself because of security.

There isn`t any way you can force it with code. You might be able to create a macro to accomplish what you need? If I do discover anything else, I`ll let you know.

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