[SOLVED] Re: Autofill in login form?
renggli at iam.unibe.ch
Sun Nov 18 18:45:21 MET 2007
> On 18/11/2007, M. Blanc <manuel.blanc at gmail.com> wrote:
>> <input name="17" style="position: absolute; top: -100em" type="text"
>> (that is, the second input tag in the first div inside the login
>> form) is the culprit.
>> Just change its type to "hidden" and Safari will ask you if you want
>> to store the login data, or will fill it in if you've already saved
The suggestion will break the behavior of #defaultAction: in any
> What are those fields for?
These fields are there to define the default action of the form, e.g.
the callback to be triggered when ENTER is pressed while having the
focus on a text field.
solution to this problem, we would be glad to include it with Seaside?
Maybe it would be time to replace this very old hack with something
> They positioned out of the screen, couldn't the div have
> style="display: none"?
Changing or removing these fields will break the desired behavior.
> I also guess the input names are numbers because they need to be
> unique within the page... would it make sense to name them from
> their magritte description?
This is Seaside that assigns the names.
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