Disneyland Paris website is not saved


I am trying to save my login data in https://passeport-annuel.disneylandparis.fr/ but 1Password is not saving anything. I filled my fields in the webpage, right clicked on 1P icon and selected Save Login but it didn't save anything except for the webpage link. It is also adding https://www.google.com for no logical reason.

1Password Version: 1.25.7
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Not Provided
Sync Type: Not Provided


  • ag_yaronag_yaron

    Team Member
    edited May 20

    Hey @Naxterra ,

    This page is not defined as a login page and has no password on it, so as far as 1Password can tell these are just two random text fields on a page.
    If you'd like to be able to autofill them, you can add them as custom fields in the login item:

    1. Open your 1Password and unlock it.
    2. Find the empty login item of that website and select it, then click on "Edit".
    3. Leave the username and password fields empty. Select one of the empty Labels under the website field and name it panum (all lowercase), then input the number in the field that belongs to that label.
    4. Select another empty Label and name it paname (all lowercase) and enter your family name in the field that belongs to that label.
    5. Click on "Save" to save the changes, then go to the website, click on 1Password's icon in your browser's toolbar and autofill form there.

    ref: dev/core/core#2137

  • Thanks for the workaround.

  • ag_yaronag_yaron

    Team Member

    No problem :)

    The Google URL is there because there's a hidden frame on the page with ReCaptcha (the "I'm not a robot" test) that links to Google's website so 1Password picks that up.

  • @ag_yaron A question. This doesn't work in iPhone iOS (14.6). I am not even getting Autofill prompt. I have to manually open 1Password app, manually copy card number and surname and paste them into the webpage. Is there a workaround to this?

  • ag_michaelcag_michaelc

    Team Member

    Hey @Naxterra. It's possible that using the 1Password extension on iOS might be able to fill those fields.


    The standard Password AutoFill workflow is controlled by the system, and since it's not a real login form, as Yaron described, that's why you aren't seeing the standard Quick Type bar suggestions you see on other sites.

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