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Re: Two Factor Identification


From: TJ McElroy
Date: Sep 15, 2022 10:06AM

Hi Wolfgang,

Thank you, I will make sure each form is on a seperate page.

On 9/15/2022 11:54 AM, <EMAIL REMOVED> wrote:
> SC 2.4.2 says:
> "Web pages have titles that describe topic or purpose"
> Topic and purpose differ between entering user data and entering a password token.
> So I'd say the page title and h1 of the page have to change. This sounds like two different pages.
> Wolfgang
> -----Original Message-----
> From: WebAIM-Forum< <EMAIL REMOVED> > On Behalf Of TJ McElroy
> Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2022 4:54 PM
> Subject: [WebAIM] Two Factor Identification
> Hello,
> I am writing a two factor identification script, to allow uploads to my site.
> a user must fill out a form
> entering their name and email address
> then a random five digit number (token) is generated, that token is emailed to the user.
> on the page that the user entered their original data I have two forms the form that gathers the users original data (form1) and a form for the user to enter the token (form2)
> my question is:
> which is the best practice,
> keeping both form1 and form2 on the same page or having form1 and form2 on separate pages
> Thanks,
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