jhnidy wrote:I deleted my sticky program and downloaded new set up software. I got a new activation code and things were going well. Until I hit this one site.
I thought I found the sticky data for this site and deleted everything that pertained but now when I log into the site, sticky does not offer to remember anything. Is it possible that some sites have banned this system?
When you "deleted your sticky program", did you actually UNINSTALL it properly? What did you answer when Sticky uninstaller asked you whether you want to keep your Sticky settings?
When you reinstalled, did you start with EMPTY database, or did you start with your previous database?
Before you reinstalled (as you mention in your first post), automatic login to that site worked or not?
I mean if it worked just before you reinstalled, not like 2 years ago when you created the account...
Websites change constantly and their login forms change too... so it can happen that a site that worked with Sticky (and Sticky automatically offered saving login data) some time ago simply doesn't work anymore... because the website changed in a way that Sticky can't detect the form, thus doesn't know that there is something to store.
It is not possible to "ban Sticky" on a site.
But it's possible to create the login page such way that it prevents Sticky from recognizing the form. That's what especially internet banking sites do - they simply don't like password management utilities like Sticky and put quite a big effort in 'obfuscating' their login pages and preventing password managers from working on them.