Bendigo e-banking is a transactional Website allowing you to do much more than conventional "static" Websites. The content of a static website will remain the same while Bendigo e-banking is constantly interacting with you, allowing you to update your own account, and showing you the updated information in real-time. Because of this, it behaves slightly differently from conventional Websites. This section lists a few things to avoid when using Bendigo e-banking, with these precautions only applying while you are using Bendigo e banking.
- Before you have logged on and after you have logged off, Bendigo e-banking behaves exactly like any other Website (and you can ignore these precautions).
- While you are using the online help, Bendigo e-banking behaves like any other Website (and you can ignore these precautions).
Many browsers allow you to save bookmarks that point to Web screens you frequently visit.
When using Bendigo e-banking you cannot save any bookmarks beyond the LOGON screen.
The Back Button
Please do not use your browser's Back button after you have logged on to Bendigo e-banking, as you may be viewing details that are out of date (e.g. your account balances). Using the browser’s Back button in most cases will force a logoff to avoid this behaviour occurring.
Resizing the Browser
It is a good idea not to change the size of your browser's window after you have logged on to Bendigo e-banking. Some browsers will try to load the file again when you change their size.
The Refresh Button
Please do not use your browser’s Refresh button after you have logged on to Bendigo e banking. To refresh your account balances simply click the Account Balances item available under the Accounts menu. A refresh of most browsers will force a logoff.