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#1 davye 26-07-2019 15:50:40

I am using FireFox browser.
Maian support is installed in a sub-domain.
I am using WHM cPanel.

My login password is not auto-filled like they are for this forum.
Nor does Firefox ask if I wish to save the login
what is up with that? Can I change this behavior?


#2 davye 28-07-2019 14:31:23

from here

The reason the feature doesn't work on some websites, whilst working on others, is due to the non-standard used by websites like your Maian Support user and admin login.

In the case of Maian Support user and admin login, I was able to make Firefox save the password by doing the Inspect Element on the Login button, and then doing the Edit As HTML trick, and changing the type of button from button to submit;

<button class="btn btn-primary" id="b1" type="button" onclick="mswProcess('login')"><i class="fa fa-check fa-fw"></i> <span class="hidden-sm hidden-xs">Login</span></button>

I am wondering if the behavior  where Firefox does not ask if I wish to save the login was intended and can the button class type be changed to submit in a new version of Maian Support?


#3 msworld 28-07-2019 18:11:44

No, I won`t be updating this in a future version of Maian Support. Browsers not remembering login details is good for security. smile

#4 davye 28-07-2019 18:28:39

This forum remembers logins!
and every ticket system/website I have run into
WHM cpanel
total server solutions
software DNA
and many more, all remember logins roll
So how can I fix it in source code?

#5 msworld 01-08-2019 03:05:13

I suppose you`ll have to edit the templates and change the submit buttons or forms. No-one else has mentioned it before. I`m not sure what you actually need to change.

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