If you previouslyelected not to saveyour password for this username for this page , then that “Don’t Store” preference is retained and you will not be prompted to save the password Great job. Any tips for this? My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsKeepEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Web & Email > Computer http://upxpress.net/internet-explorer/windows-xp-won-t-save-passwords.php
This was never a problem until I upgraded from IE6 to IE8. But if it is to a new site - one I have not yet worked on - even though it is one the same server - it will not retain the For instance, Facebook uses a fancy login form that shows the cuetext "Password" in a INPUT TYPE=TEXT control (named "Password_Placeholder") until the user puts their cursor in the box. This is driving me crazy, as I really like the new features of IE8 but, unfortunately cannot go back to IE8 until a solution is found.
Perhaps you're making the computer shut down so quickly because you don't want some security application(s) to pick up on the fact that something unsafe has changed and warn the user...! Is your URL public?) - Not sure. My assumption is that your form contains more than one username box and one password box. Now when you move the focus from the user name field either with a click or Tab, your password will automatically fill in.
Sign up now. I don't know if it's a coincidence or not, but it does seem to work for me. You may also be in permanent Private Browsing: Click the menu button and choose Options.Preferences. Internet Explorer 11 Won't Save Passwords Neverhad this problem until the past few weeks.
I am using Vista and never had problems with IE7. How To Save Username And Password In Google Chrome at one point if i double clicked on the username feild, it would bring up a long list of all the logins that had ever been used, and when you clicked Based on information from User name and password not remembered (mozillaZine KB) Customize this article Firefox Version 51 Version 50 Version 49 Version 48 Version 47 Version 46 Version 45 Linux It's like something is cached because the login box immediately pops up after I try to authenticate.
Thank you for the post though, helped me with another plaguing issue unrelated but this is the answer! Remember Password Firefox I then close my browser and relaunch in and guess what, it still makes me login like I never was there. some sites will save my login information, like this one. If you use the standard INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT button, you'll be prompted to save your password.
heres the thing i didnt do much of anything. However, this dialog is shown only if the user types a new password in over a previously-autocompleted password. Internet Explorer 11 Not Saving Passwords When i typed them both in i am prompted. ??! How To Get A Website To Remember Your Password Internet Explorer Did this work for you?
Now, with IE11, that worry is gone and I can use a strong password on that site without a major hassle. Are you running any 3rd-party security or privacy utility software? You can use either a mouse click or Ctrl + Tab if the password field has focus. Reply dan bekker says: October 9, 2009 at 4:36 am and now it has forgotten my password. Force Ie11 To Remember Password
Reply j roberts says: December 15, 2009 at 5:43 am log in info was very interesting and i hope helpful. Reply [email protected] says: November 4, 2011 at 3:43 am Dear Eric, thanks for that helpful write up. I have reset IE 8, I have read a ton of posts, and still have not found an answer to this dilema. More about the author Select the Privacy panel.
What addons are listed inside Tools > Manage Add-ons ? won't save passwords for only some sites Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by saloncuts, Sep 14, 2010. I must have clicked "no" the first time I entered my username on the site. How To Make Computer Remember Passwords Google Chrome Reply Dave says: December 20, 2009 at 8:29 am I have a login for a website.
Do you want to delete the user name and password? [Yes] [No]" If you choose Yes, you can subsequently enter a new user name and password. As a result, the browser will not pick up this field for its auto-complete password database. Sign in to a website. Dave Reply EricLaw [ex-MSFT] says: December 21, 2009 at 12:12 pm @Dave: Don't try to debug cookie issues by looking at the files on the local filesystem.
You have an obligation to those people not to make them do something they will regret later. and with Firefox it works also.. yes, and settings are checked properly. -Or, is the problem that you do see the “Save password” prompt but it doesn’t seem to work? The site I am talking about need loginID in a email format.
You will need to run the "Allow Password Save" script again and you should see the same notice as above. So I uninstalled IE8, which reverted me back to IE6. Internet Explorer 11 Update The IE team made significant investments in fixingpassword autocompletion for IE11. Reply Kain says: December 8, 2009 at 4:55 pm Very detailed answer, but the issue happens to ALL the sites I visit with logins, including Hotmail.
I was able to manually edit one, and it seems to have worked. Why is this now happening. Now then......how do I find this 'Paul' person and buy him a pint as a mark of thanks!