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Logins & Passwords

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When I create a login for this website: https://empirelegal.reporterbase.com/contact

the system removes the "/contact" part, therefore, it does not go to the correct login page. Why does the system remove part of my website?

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Your password will be valid for every page on this subdomain, everything after the / sign is not important, that's why it was cut off.

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You will have to use a bookmark for this specific file path and not open the link via the Lockwise page.

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TyDraniu, that does not appear to be accurate. It does not pre-fill username and password.

cor-el, I did save as a bookmark. It does not pre-fill username and password in the bookmark.

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DCM Ventures, LLC said

TyDraniu, that does not appear to be accurate. It does not pre-fill username and password.

Because your <input> field has autocomplete="new-password" attribute. It won't be pre-filled.

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Firefox doesn't recognize an input field with autocomplete="new-password" as a login field, i.e no "Manage Logins" or "Use Saved Login" in the right-click context menu like the password field has. We had a similar question reported some time ago and I posted a bookmarklet to remove this autocomplete attribute.

  • /questions/1348843 [FF 91.0.2] - Only being able to save the PASSWORD of a specific homepage, but not the USERNAME
  • javascript:/*LOGIN:new-password*/void(document.querySelector('input[type=text][autocomplete=new-password]').removeAttribute('autocomplete'));

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