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|Written by:||Imar Spaanjaars|
|Posted:||8/3/2010 1:35 PM|
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Quick Tips - Logging In from your Favorites Bar
Are you getting sick and tired of entering your user name and password for a Dynamicweb site over and over again? Here's a quick tip to log in using a favorite.
First, add a favorite to your Favorites bar. In Internet Explorer and Firefox you can do this simply by dragging the icon for the address in the Address Bar to the Favorites Bar. You can use any site for this as you'll change the URL anyway.
From now on, whenever you need to login, you can simply click your favorite and the browser will enter the Username and Password fields for you.
You can extend the script if you want to also preselect the language you want to use to login in.
Note: for this to work across multiple sites you manage for your clients, you obviously need to use the same user name and password. You could create multiple shortcuts for different site, or chose a single user name and password for multiple sites. In the latter case (or actually, in any case), use a strong password and don't be lazy and use admin/admin.... ;-)