Problem with 1Password on my website

danwarnedanwarne Junior Member
edited October 2010 in 1Password 3 – 6 for Mac
1Password not coping with my login form
I'm hoping someone who's a bit familiar with the coding side of things can help with this. My company has launched a website today ( and I've noticed that 1Password is having trouble filling in the login form. It puts the username in all the form fields, and then tries to submit a new user account signup, rather than the login button.

I've checked my account entry in 1Password and all looks fine. Here's how it saved into 1Password from the initial signup form:

If anyone is willing to test it out, the signup form is available here: (normally shown in a frame overlay on the site)

I don't know enough about coding to be able to give our developer any helpful analysis on what the problem might be.


  • khadkhad Social Choreographer

    Team Member
    edited October 2010
    Hey danwarne,

    I'm sorry that you are having this problem.

    Part of your answer is in your post: "normally shown in a frame overlay on the site." That may give some trouble on the main page, but the real problem is that even when you visit the login page outside of any frame and/or overlay, the field names are not unique. The same form names are used throughout the sign up and the login forms within the same HTML document. Additionally, you can see the errors related to the reuse of ID attributes in the W3C's validation of the page. Also, it wouldn't hurt to audit the JavaScript on the page to make sure it is not looking for a literal key press or mouse click. I didn't get that far but it's something to check for while updating the field names and IDs.

    I hope that helps. Please let me know.

  • danwarnedanwarne Junior Member
    Thanks for the tips Khad, greatly, greatly appreciated. I will pass them on to the developer for further investigation.
  • khadkhad Social Choreographer

    Team Member
    Happy to help. Please let me know how it goes. Cheers! :-)
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