Is There A Way Or Means To Keep Your Website's Webpage Time Out Session STILL ACTIVE Even WITHOUT Any Of The User's Input Interaction Performed?
Posted on 2011-10-07
Hello. I have a question.
Some websites you visit have a time out session built into them that allots a specified time intervals for webpage inactivity before logging you off . For example: Your online banking website webpage, a online point-of-sale like an online checkout process, or even a online contact or comment webpage. I assume they work on the principle that from the moment the user stops with any kind of input interaction with the website's webpage (like using the user's keyboard or mouse inactivity), the timer begins timing the number of seconds or minutes (either count up or countdown) until the default maximum is reached and then logs or stops your online session. Sometimes (but rarely) within the online website's webpage there are links to a personal graphic user interface user like control panel that allows for customized setting adjustments to 'timeout' or alike and other times (more often) there no such customized setting readily available.
Personally, I find it highly annoying to have to step away from my computer and return to find many times I have been automatically logged off like I am sure most other users have as well. I seem to be on webpage based timer initiated websites much more of my time anymore and the re-logon/re-login is a time consuming annoyance!
Now, is there a way or means to keep your website's webpage time out session STILL ACTIVE even WITHOUT any of the user's input interaction performed when online webpage customizations settings are not available?
This might be something as simplistic as a little system activity that can be activated or generated within my Windows 7 operating system I am not familiar with or some third party program installation that keeps my system in some manner 'busy' or active to satisfy the resetting of a time out session of website's webpage.
Please provide your own detailed facts, suggestions, hints, and tips; and/or the best possible well written, detailed and documented website links.