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Can the Firefox password manager store and manage passwords for multiple sub-domains or different URLs in the same domain?

Can the Firefox password manager store and manage passwords for multiple sub-domains or different URLs in the same domain?

Can the Firefox password manager store and manage passwords for multiple sub-domains, or for multiple URLs in the same domain? The default behavior of Firefox is that all requests for *.domain.com are treated as the same. I'd like to have Firefox do the following:

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Guest [Entry]

"Yes, the password is always stored for the complete domain.

It wouldn't make sense if it didn't. For instance, imagine trying to log in to wordpress or blogspot hosted sites...

EDIT: an example:

http://aze.ning.com/
http://qsd.ning.com/

The Firefox password manager supports saving a password for both domains.(Ning actually exists, by the way)"
Guest [Entry]

Subdomains yes, urls on same domain, no, as far as I know.