Here are some solutions to some common login issues.
My Email and password doesn't work.
Please ensure that caps lock is off and that you type the password case sensitive.
My Email and password are saved on the login page, but it says it's invalid.
You may sometimes be logged in or have your login information displayed automatically because your email and password are stored in your browser's cache or settings. If you entered it incorrectly when it was saved or have changed your password, then you will need to delete the saved version from your browser or turn off autocomplete.
Solution 1: Delete the saved email and password for just this site
Note: It also looks like you can just use the Delete key instead of having to use Shift-Delete in the newer versions of Firefox. If Shift-Delete doesn't work try just using the Delete key by itself to remove the saved form field value.
Both Firefox and IE have options to delete all your saved form data as well but most users opt to only delete entries on a form by form basis so they do not remove saved values that may be important to them. To remove all the saved form data in Internet Explorer 7 go to 'Tools' on the menu and then to 'Delete Browsing History...' which pops up a window showing different things you can delete. Click on 'Delete forms...' to clear all saved form data. To do it in Firefox go to 'Tools' and then 'Clear Private Data...' check the checkbox next to 'Saved Form and Search History' and be sure to uncheck any items you do not wish to delete and then click 'Clear Private Data Now'.
Solution 2: Turn off Autocomplete
If you don't want 'AutoComplete' to automatically save your information, please follow these steps:
For Internet Explorer 6: 1. Click the Tools menu at the top of your browser, and select Internet Options. 2. Open the Content tab at the top of the dialogue box. 3. Click the AutoComplete... button, and uncheck the User names and passwords on forms and Prompt me to save passwords boxes. 4. Click OK. For Internet Explorer 7: 1. Click the Tools menu at the top of your browser, and select Internet Options. 2. Open the Content tab at the top of the dialogue box. 3. Click AutoComplete, then Settings button, and uncheck the User names and passwords on forms and Prompt me to save passwords boxes. 4. Click OK. For Firefox 2 and 3: 1. Click the Tools menu at the top of your browser, and select Options. 2. Select the Security tab. 3. Uncheck the option Remember passwords for sites. 4. Press OK. For Google Chrome: 1. Click the Tools menu tools menu. 2. Select Clear browsing data. 3. Select Empty the cache and Delete cookies. 4. Click Clear browsing data.