RE: Do you log on or logon to a website?

Subject: RE: Do you log on or logon to a website?
From: "dmbrown -at- brown-inc -dot- com" <dmbrown -at- brown-inc -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2005 15:29:38 -0400


The principle is the same: You "sign in" or "sign on" using your "sign-in"
or "sign-on" (or perhaps using your "sign-in name" or "sign-on name" or
"user name" or whatever it's called in your context).

Hyphenate (or concatenate) the noun form; don't hyphenate the verb form:
"log in," "log out," "log off," "sign in," "sign off," "sign off," and so
on.



Original Message:
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From: Spitzer, Judd L judd -dot- l -dot- spitzer -at- lmco -dot- com


I've heard people refer to your "login" as your user name.
And you log on with your log in. Sounds pretty confusing to me.

Maybe try Sign-in and Sign-out for the verb.
-Judd




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