Safari Does Not Remember The Username Or Passwords For Sites
Aug 1, 2010
I have two iWeb password protected websites for my Daughters, however when I try to log into them from my iPad, Safari does not remember the username or passwords for either of the sites. When I log into these sites from my iMac, I have no such problems with Safari. Anyone have any ideas how to resolve this ?.
What's the trick to getting the iPad to retain sign in information? I have it turned on in safari. Been struggling with this since last Friday. It is finally keeping my Facebook sign in. I belong to Napp...and it might be retaining that one right now, but when I click on a link to open another page on that same site, it wants me to log in again(I have it set to open a new tab). It won't retain the sign in for this site nor a few of my other regular ones. I shut it off at night. I've toggled on and off.
I just got my iPad a few days ago, and let me say it is too cool! I love it already. Anyway, one minor frustration is whenever I type in my email address (as a username for certain sites, etc.) the autofill always inserts the wrong name. My email ends in comcast.net, but when I type this in, the iPad forces it to com cast.net (it puts a space between m and c. How do I fix this?
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I use a product called "Roboform" on my PC. It's an "add-on" that stores and auto-fills all my usernames and passwords to websites that require a logon. Roboform also generates random passwords. It also stores my name, address, phone numbers, email address, credit and debit card information (identity) that allows me to instantly and completely fill out most internet order forms. I've used this product for years and I find the features are huge time savers. I have about 50 logons and my passwords are as complex as each site will allow. This is good and bad. It's bad if I need to logon to one of these sites when I'm on my iPad.
On my iPad, in Settings, Safari, I have AutoFill turned on, Use Contact Info and Names and Passwords turned on. The functionality on my iPad doesn't approach what I am used to on my PC. I'm hoping that someone has found a robust, elegant solution to managing logon information and the other functionality I've described.
PS - Roboform does have a free iPhone app, it's not bad but it won't open webpages in Safari (naturally, due to Apple's restriction) and it doesn't have the form-filling feature that is SO convenient when establishing an account and doing business on the web.
Unless I missed something, it appears that the browser doesn't offer to save user name, passwords, etc., right?I know the individual web sites can keep you logged in or remember the user name, but unless a site has that feature, user has to type the information. Am I missing something?
Information: Macbook Mac OS X (10.6) Memory: 2.5 GB
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