Not Solved "Remember Me"
#1
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What is the "remember me" html source? Instead of...

	lang.remember_me = "{$lang->remember_me}";

What do I put for the html source? It would obviously be something like...

<input type=checkbox name="somethinghere">{$lang->remember_me}

Please help a brother out Sleepy

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#2
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Are you talking about:

$l['remember_me'] = "Remember me";
?


If so, it's in the file:
mybb/inc//languages/english/global.lang.php
Hope that helped.
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#3
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No, I mean the raw html, I don't want to have to use JS.

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#4
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Sigh, bump.

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#5
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Apparently it is:
<span class="remember_me">
  <input name="quick_remember" type="checkbox" checked="checked" value="yes" class="checkbox" id="quick_login_remember">
  <label for="quick_login_remember"> Remember me</label>
</span>
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#6
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I stole the checkbox from the member_login template. Seems to work, mind you I also stole the login template from there too (forumwarfare login box). I hate the Quick Login feature, since it's JS-powered and doesn't accept autofill.
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#7
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(2010-08-22, 04:02 AM)combus Wrote: Apparently it is:
<span class="remember_me">
  <input name="quick_remember" type="checkbox" checked="checked" value="yes" class="checkbox" id="quick_login_remember">
  <label for="quick_login_remember"> Remember me</label>
</span>



I also use this code. Just paste this code where ever you want to put the remember me box with the text.
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