How To See The Password In The Login Page

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Hello there! Today, I want to share with you a little trick that I discovered while browsing the web. Have you ever been frustrated when you can’t remember the password you used for a specific website’s login page? Well, I have certainly been there! But guess what? There’s actually a way to see the password on the login page, and I’m going to show you how!

Before we begin, I want to emphasize that this method should only be used for personal use and never for unethical purposes. It’s important to respect the privacy and security of others. Now, let’s get started!

The first step is to open the login page of the website you are trying to access. Once you’re on the login page, right-click on the password field and select “Inspect” or “Inspect Element” from the dropdown menu. This will open the browser’s Developer Tools.

Now, in the Developer Tools window, you will see a bunch of code. Don’t worry, we won’t dive too deep into it, but we need to locate the password field in the code. Look for a line that starts with <input type=”password”. This line of code represents the password field.

Next, we need to modify this line of code slightly. Find the word “password” in the line and change it to “text”. It should now look like <input type=”text”. This simple change will convert the password field into a regular text field, allowing us to see the password instead of it being hidden.

Once you’ve made the change, press Enter or click outside the Developer Tools window to apply the modification. Now, if you go back to the login page, you will see that the password field displays the actual characters instead of just a series of dots or asterisks.

Voila! You can now see the password on the login page. But remember, this trick only works in your own browser and won’t reveal the password to anyone else. It’s just a simple way to help you remember or troubleshoot login issues.

To wrap things up, I hope you found this little trick helpful. However, it’s worth mentioning that some websites may have implemented additional security measures to prevent this method from working. So, it might not work in every case. Always use this trick responsibly and ethically.


Being able to see the password on a login page can be a useful trick when you’re struggling to remember what you entered. Remember to exercise caution and only use this method for your personal use. It’s always important to prioritize the security and privacy of others.