How to disable or re-enable Dashlane autofill on a specific webpage or website

If you often go to a website that contains many fields or forms and do not want Dashlane to automatically fill these fields with your data, we added a feature to disable Dashlane on any page or site you want. Our impalas will never bother you again there.

Note: This is for the browser extension in Chrome, Firefox and Safari only. This feature is not yet available for Internet Explorer. However, if you disable a site on one of the other browsers, then it will be disabled on Internet Explorer too.

What can be disabled?

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How to disable Dashlane autofill on a specific webpage or on a whole website

If you encounter unexpected behavior from Dashlane on a webpage or if you simply don’t want Dashlane to display the automatic fill menu with your personal data, you might want to disable Dashlane autofill either on one unique webpage or on an entire website.

This will prevent Dashlane from offering you to automatically fill in your personal info (name, phone number, address, email…) but you will still be able to log in to the website automatically. To disable autofill:

  1. Go to the page or site where you want to disable Autofill
  2. Click on the Dashlane extension icon in your Internet browser
  3. In the extension menu, click on the This website tab to access the Website Settings.
  4. Choose either This page only or This entire website.
  5. In both tabs, you will be given three options:
    • Choose the first option to have Dashlane fully working
    • Choose the second option to only fill login information.
    • Choose the third option to completely disable Dashlane on this page 

If Dashlane autofill is disabled on an entire website, it will not be enabled on any webpage of this website.

To re-enable autofill option, simply choose Fill forms and login info. Remember to choose this option for both This page only or This entire website to get Dashlane to fill your personal data again.

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