Cannot log into EE from Safari Mobile when following an email link to a question.

Anyone else experiencing this or is there something wrong with my copy of Safari Mobile?

iOS 8.4, iPhone 5s.

Click a link to a question in an email from Experts Exchange. The page opens in Safari Mobile, I'm not logged in, so I tap the "Login" link, the form opens, I type in my username, tap in the password box and...  THE FORM CLOSES!!

Upon further experimentation I see that simply tapping in the password box will close the form. No need for a username.

However, if I go to a new Safari page and type in I can get to the site and log in with no problem. Once logged in that way, clicking question links in the email take me to the question already logged in. So it's not a big deal except that I clear the browser cache on my phone routinely and it's annoying to have to go through so many steps.

I thought maybe this was a temporary problem in light of all the recent changes, but it's been weeks and now I'm wondering if it's just my phone.
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Mark BullockQA EngineerCommented:
Try tapping the > character which appears above the keyboard.

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Eoin OSullivanConsultantCommented:
I've experienced the same issue on Safari on iOS .. there's a problem on the EE login pop-up dialog which they have yet to address.
The work around is to ignore the password and just enter the username and press login .. it will fail but will redirect you to the full login page with the username and password field in the middle of the page which DOES work on Safari on iOS
Tom BeckAuthor Commented:
Both workarounds are acceptable. Both require that you use the "Go" button on the keyboard (something I have never gotten into the habit of using for some odd reason). Tapping the "Login" button on the page just closes the form without logging in. The first solution using the > to tab between fields is more direct and requires one less page load. Thanks for the assistance.
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