Joined: Feb. 2002
||Posted: Feb. 16 2004,4:12 am
|Quote (Scout @ Jan. 30 2004,5:19 pm)|
|Navicache remembers my login details for only a short time. You say it's an hour. That seems to match what I'm experiencing. If so, it's way too short. Users who share computers and login IDs should always log out of any Web site before they leave their computer. Users who don't share their computers expect cookies to remain valid for at least 24 hours and probably a lot longer.|
|Quote (YardBoy @ Jan. 31 2004,10:42 am)|
|I've been lurking on this, but must support Scout wholeheartedly. With most sites, if I choose to not log out, the site doesn't presume me to be a security Luddite and do it for me. If a site offers to "remember", it does without qualification. Coming full circle, our friends at WheresGeorge offer "remembrance" over multiple time lengths up to one year. |
|Quote (welch @ Feb. 02 2004,4:53 pm)|
So are the 'cookie times' different for the forums than the rest of the site??
(the WG idea seems good to me)
You can now set your desired login period via http://my.navicache.com .
Log in, click on the Edit Account Information link and change the "Log in period(seconds)" entry to whatever you desire.
|Quote (YardBoy @ Feb. 14 2004,10:58 am)|
|Ditto, tho I notice logging into the site still has nothing to do with the Forums.|
Now it does.
Edited by GeoRockers on Feb. 16 2004,4:32 am
A 1/1 via the trail around the hill?
Nah... that's too easy! Let's go up and over!
Why follow a trail when we can blaze our own?
We *make* mountains out of mole hills!