I'm Having Troubles Signing
First, make sure you're using the
correct password. The password is
case-sensitive. If you created your password using capital letters,
lower-case, or a combination of the two, then you'll need to use the
same formation when signing in to the website. And double-check to make
sure your keyboard's caps lock key is not on. To double-check your
automatically emailed to you.
If your security settings in your web browser are set too high, then you
may have trouble signing in. Add
http://www.emblibrary.com as a trusted website in your web browser,
and that issue should be resolved. Internet Explorer users will find
that section under the Tools -> Internet Options -> Security tab. Click
the checkmark for "Trusted Sites," then the button for "Sites." Type in
http://www.emblibrary.com, click "Add" and then
uncheck the "Require server verification - (https:) for all sites in this zone" then click "Close"
now select OK, Close and reopen your web browser.
If you are typing in your email address and password and your browser is
automatically completing the information, and you're not able to sign
in, that may mean that your browser is storing the incorrect information
in its cache. To resolve this, clear the information in your web
browser. Internet Explorer users will find this under Tools -> Internet
Options -> Content -> Settings -> Delete AutoComplete history.
We've given information about Internet Explorer because folks who have
trouble signing in are most commonly using that browser. If you use a
different web browser, then send us an email (email@example.com).
If the above information doesn't resolve your issue, please send us an
email so we can help you further. Include your full name and the email
address that you have registered at the website. Our address is