For Usernames and Passwords in Objective-C

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For Usernames and Passwords
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The first time you go to a web site where you have to enter a username and password, you type them and press Submit or Enter. At that time, AutoFill will ask if you want to remember them. Tap Yes if you want them to be remembered and next time automatically entered.
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CHAPTER 12: Surfing the Web with Safari
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The next time you visit this login page, your username and password will be automatically filled in.
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There are many times on the web where you have to enter your name, email address, home address, and more. With AutoFill set up and tied to your contact record on the iPod touch, filling in these forms just takes a single tap of your finger. You will go to many sites with web forms that need to be completed. Take this example of a web form on www.madesimplelearning.com for free iPod touch tips. It would take a while to manually type your email address, and first and last name.
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CHAPTER 12: Surfing the Web with Safari
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As soon as you tap the first field to type, in this case Email, you see the AutoFill bar appear just above your keyboard. Tap the AutoFill button, and your email address and name are immediately filled in from your contact record.
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Adding a Web Page Icon to Your Home Screen
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If you love a web site or page, it s very easy to add it as an icon to your Home screen. That way, you can instantly access the web page without going through the Safari Bookmarks bookmark selection process. You ll save lots of steps by putting the icon on your Home screen (see Figure 12 7). This is especially good for quickly launching web apps, like Gmail or Buzz from Google, or web app games. Here s how to add the icon: 1. 2. 3. 4. Touch the plus sign at the bottom of the browser.
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Touch Add to Home Screen. Adjust the name to shorten it to about ten or fewer characters, because there s not much room for the name of the icon on your Home screen. Tap the Add button in the upper right corner.
CHAPTER 12: Surfing the Web with Safari
Changing the Search Engine
By default, the search engine for the Safari browser is Google. To change this to Yahoo or Bing, just touch the Search Engine button and then choose the new search engine.
Adjusting Security Options
Under the Security heading, Fraud Warning, JavaScript, and Block Pop-ups should, by default, be set to ON. You can modify either of these by just sliding the switch to OFF. NOTE: Many popular sites like Facebook require JavaScript to be ON.
Tap the Accept Cookies button to adjust to accept cookies Always, Never, or From visited. We recommend keeping it as From visited. If you make it Never, some web sites will not work properly.
Speeding Up Your Browser by Clearing History and Cookies
On the bottom of the Safari settings screen, you can see the Clear History, Clear Cookies, and Clear Cache buttons. If you notice your web browsing getting sluggish, it s probably a good time to clear out all three of these by tapping them and confirming your choices.
CHAPTER 12: Surfing the Web with Safari
TIP: Clearing the history, cookies, and cache is also a good privacy measure, as it prevents others from seeing where you ve been browsing.
Enabling AutoFill
As we showed you earlier in this chapter, AutoFill is a convenient way to have Safari automatically fill out web page forms that ask for your name, address, phone number, or even username and password. It can save you a tremendous amount of time typing and retyping your name and other information. To enable AutoFill, follow these steps: 1. From the Safari menu in the Settings app, tap AutoFill.
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Set the switch next to Names & Passwords to ON. Set the switch next to Use Contact Info to ON.
CHAPTER 12: Surfing the Web with Safari
After setting Use Contact Info to ON, you will be brought to your Contacts list to select a contact to use. Swipe up and down to find someone, or double-tap the top bar that says Contacts to bring up the search window. Once you find the contact you want to use, tap it to be returned to the Safari settings screen.
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