I'm not sure you can do this with WAM at all other than using an external ID & PW program. WAM doesn't have it's own built in windows for inserting ID's and/or PW, it's built upon using the ones that your browser itself creates when you try to access a site or page you don't have access to. Those pages are built into your browser rather than created by the WAM program so there's no place to save ID or PW information to be used other than your browser settings or a program to manage ID and PW insertion.
There are some excellent suggestions here. I would add my voice to the need to be able to change the font size and spacing, aswell as the box sizes. This was first suggested in June 2010 - has there been any updates since then for Password Wizard? Surely this functionality can not be to difficult to implement?
Before I go ahead with the password wizard thingy, can someone tell me if it will do what I want please.
I only want one page protected, not the whole website, so that clients can have a password then only they can log in to see the page.
Hope this makes sense.
I made a password page before in html (not coffee cup) and when you open up the source view, anyone could see the password.
Sounds to me like you are needing the Website Access Manager rather than the Password Wizard. Take it for a spin and see if that works better for your page.
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