Some web developers insist on marking some fields as autocomplete="off". However, there are times when you really don't want to have to re-enter the details each time you visit the page. This jetpack allows you to mark a field as autocompleteable by right-clicking and selecting "Remember Me".



You can install RememberMe via the official Jetpack Gallery


Once you have installed RememberMe, to let Firefox know that you want to auto complete a field, right click the field and select "Remember Me"

To remember a username/password combination you will have to 'remember' both fields.

To 'forget' a field, simply right click the field and select "Forget Me"

Last Updated on Sunday, 14 February 2010 17:08


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