Welcome, Guest
Username: Password: Remember me
1. The "search..." box above searches the Docs & Forum Posts. The "Search" tab above just searches the Forum Posts. :side:
Please use these to search for your issue *before* creating a new message topic, as your issue may have been previously solved.
2. Please put your Club # and Club Web Address in your Forum Signature (best) OR in each post to get faster support from us.
Click here to edit your signature at the bottom of the Profile Information tab.
3. Our user and admin docs are available at: https://support.toastmastersclubs.org/doc "There's a doc for that!" ;)
3a. There is a New "Opt In" Feature for newly added members. It also explains the strikethrough member information. Click Here to View the Post
4. When posting a New Topic , please include all relevant details and be specific. When did your issue 1st occur? What operating system, browser, & browser version are you using? Did you refresh your browser cache? Are your cookies enabled? Lastly, a screen shot is often helpful.
5. Please abide by the Terms of Use . We are volunteers contributing our spare time. We are happy to assist you, so long as you are respectful and courteous.
6. We are always looking for new FreeToastHost Ambassadors to join our ranks and support fellow Toastmasters in their use of the FreeToastHost website system. If you are familiar with the system and have some interest, send a Private Message to RogerM.
  • Page:
  • 1

TOPIC: Method to save login information?

Method to save login information? 8 months 3 weeks ago #67919

  • gr8lakes
  • gr8lakes's Avatar Topic Author
  • Offline
  • FTH Newbie Poster
  • FTH Newbie Poster
  • Posts: 1
  • Thank you received: 0
I don't see any method that a member can use to have the browser save their login/password.

This type of feature can be a great help if you don't go to the site often or have many passwords to remember. It's not a security concern because the user has the option to not save the password in the browser.

How it normally works:

--With other web sites, the functionality to "Remember Me" is coded into the web site. I presume a cookie is used to reference credentials.

--With some web sites, Firefox and other browsers somehow automatically figure out that you are on a login form, and asks you if you want to save your login information. If you made the logjn page compatible, you wouldn't otherwise need to do any more coding to support.

Can you make the login page make more credential-friendly, or provide an alternate login page?
The topic has been locked.

Method to save login information? 8 months 3 weeks ago #67920

  • Brian
  • Brian's Avatar
  • Away
  • Administrator
  • Administrator
  • Posts: 7414
  • Karma: 114
  • Thank you received: 2265
We do not off that functionality on purpose. It prevents the stealing of user and passwords from compromised PC.

We have no intention of adding that functionality to the site.
Thank you

Brian McDonald DTM
Lead Freetoasthost Support
support.toastmastersclubs.org

Cataraqui Valley Toastmasters
www.catval.com
Club #9560

Past District Director District 61 for 2016-2017
Serving Eastern Ontario, Quebec, and Northern New York
www.tm61.org
The topic has been locked.
  • Page:
  • 1
Moderators: SteveTheTechieGeorgeMarshallPam
Time to create page: 0.198 seconds
Powered by Kunena Forum