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I'm using a webpage at work that requires that I login frequently. When I first started using the website I chose 'no thanks' to firefox prompt to save the login. I want it to save my login, but the website's url isn't in the list of 'exceptions', so how do I get it to prompt me to save this login again?

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Removing your cookies and clearing the page cache should do the trick but before trying that as you may prefer to keep them, you could check:


Another alternative is to create a bookmark and in the location put the following Javascript, to tell Firefox to save the password: Password Saver

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