Rather than creating friction for a user to show a password every time by clicking a checkbox, the password is revealed by default. In my own experience, I generally prefer password fields to be plain text almost all the time. It’s only when in public or during a presentation that I want to conceal passwords. And I’m not the only one…
LukeW | Showing Passwords on Log-In Screens
In 2012 I outlined why we should let people see their password when logging in to an application -especially on mobile…
This module attempts to keep things simple by concentrating solely on the user login and user edit pages. If you need this feature on custom forms, on forms loaded by ajax, or for a Drupal 7 site then this module may not be for you.
Simple Password Reveal also uses form alters to add one checkbox per form, rather than one checkbox per input. So, for example, when you are on the user edit page you have three password fields — current password, new password, and confirm password. Rather than having a checkbox for each password field, this module only has one.
Download Simple Password Reveal and try it out.