If your login form is handled by javscript, add a method="post" to the form anyway because your JS will fail and make it fall back to dumping my login info in the URL
We'll indeed have to agree to disagree. I'm a _very_ old hacker, starting at v7. And yet I can accept that the tech baseline moves upward. Supporting non-JS browsers is in the same quadrant as supporting lynx or telnet terminal sessions. It is sometimes worth doing, but it is not _inherently_ worth doing.
@martijnbraam If the purpose of the button isn't to do a good old traditional HTML form submit, then it shouldn't be a submit type input to begin with.
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