Add autofocus to websites' login boxes.
Have you ever gone to a web site to log in, started typing your username, and realized nothing was showing up? More than likely, that page didn't have focus on the text box you needed to type in. When you load the login page for a website, you should be able to start typing your username or email address right away. You shouldn't have to first click on the text box, then start typing. Many websites do it the right way, including Yahoo!, Facebook, and Twitter. However, some websites require that extra step. loginFocus automatically focuses in on the login text box, so as soon as the login page loads, you can start typing. Currently supported websites include: - Activision - Angie's List - Angie's List Business Center - AVG - Avvo - Apple Store - BetterWage - Bleacher Report - BrowserStack - Carfax - CodePen - Dell - Diapers.com - Dunkin Donuts - Eclipse.org - Fandango - Fixya - Fuel Rewards - Gerber (baby food) - Gerber (knife & tool) - Groupon - HelpOwl - Instagram - Keurig - Leatherman - LED Lenser - Morningstar - MyKMBS.com - MyPoints - Name My Blank - Nintendo - NoDevice - OnlineAuction.com - Opera - Overstock - PayPal - Plan to Eat - Redbox - repl.it - SquadHelp - SloganSlingers - Stack Overflow - Ting - TurboTax - Twilio - uBid - Udacity - Victorinox - WeBidz - Yelp More websites will be added often. If you have a website you would like to submit for inclusion, please post a comment on the Support tab with the login URL. Please note that when updating this extension, you will probably need to accept the new permissions that it requires before the extension can be enabled, since new versions of loginFocus will generally add support for more websites.