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We're running Sitefinity 7 and I'm getting a weird error I can't seem to pin down.
When a user logs in and hits enter rather than clicking the login button, the login fails to happen and an empty error message is displayed (see attached).
This does not happen if the use clicks the login button, or if the user tries to login a second time.
Using dev tools in chrome I can see a post to /Sitefinity/Authenticate/SWT that gets canceled. (By a page reload?)
So, anyone got any ideas?
I met the same problem. I use C#, ASP.NET. My situation is there is another submit button on my login page, so when I press the enter key, it triggers that button not the login button. So my solution is to disable the other submit button from triggering by pressing the enter key (add UseSubmitBehavior="false" to the button element). And it works really well.
Hope this can help.