ArbiterSports offers a “Remember Me” function when you log in to the website. Although different browsers handle sign-in credentials differently, the “Remember Me” function should work the same in most browsers.
Clicking the “Remember Me” box tells the browser to save a cookie so that if you close out the window for the site without signing out, the next time you go back, you will be signed back in automatically. Make sure that you have your browser set to remember cookies, or this function will not work. Also, we advise that you not use this function if you are using a public computer, such as at a library or a school. IMPORTANT: Signing out of the site completely negates the "Remember Me" function because it deletes the saved cookie and will therefore require you to type your sign-in information again when you return.
Saving Usernames and Passwords
As stated before, different browsers have different procedures for saving your password and username. Note: any questions you have about browsers not remembering your password should be directed to the respective companies, not to ArbiterSports.com.
For the most part, every browser will ask you if you want it to save your username and password for future use. This is a different procedure than "Remember Me," but works in a similar fashion. Below you will see images of what this prompt looks like in each of the more prominent internet browsers. This prompt will appear the first time you sign in, but may not appear on subsequent visits. To resolve this, you'll need to delete your cache and cookies. (Refer to this help file.)
Most of the browsers will give you a "Not Now" option, which should dismiss the prompt until the next time you sign in. If you are using a public computer, we recommend this option. Google Chrome, however, does not offer this option.
Unfortunately, at the moment Internet Explorer does not offer to save your username and password on ArbiterSports.com. We are working on a way to resolve this issue.