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dskey says

Can you standardise where the User Name and Password Details are for demo sites… You often have to search the text to find it. If they are required fields when a demo site is submitted the information could be displayed in a pre defined location – eg – just under the link to the demo site.. simple – but nice

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Pricop says

That’s a nice ideea, personally I put the log-in details beneath the log-in boxes, but I’m afraid that a lot of authors will always use personalized credentials, like I do.

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dskey says

Just to update my post:

Login details and password really needs to be required fields when submitting a demo script, Just tried to view a new submission and it has no log in details – all comments posted are requesting log in details – If the author does not want to supply admin access, then this could be a tick box on submission, and should be clearly stated that access is user only – admin access not available. Thanks DSkey

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Australia says

It would make sense.

Like : envato polcy, authors when providing login details for scripts, we recommend the following by default.

User : username Pass : password

Or otherwise stated.

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