all updated browsers no longer support URL encoding of basic access credentials.

I am passing username and password direct into a url. its stopped working after few days. now url is now opening. is there any other method to pass credentials deirectly into url so my url can work without popup.

this is the part of my code- 

function UserByCamera(CameraId)
tree_country_id = 0
tree_building_id = 0;
tree_location_id = 0;
tree_company_id = 0;
tree_camera_id = CameraId;
type: "Get",
url: "/VideoCamera/ByCamera",
data: { cameraId: CameraId },
success: function (result)

var IPAddress = result.IP;
var UserName = result.UID;
var Password = result.PWD;
var slash = "//";
var colon = ":";
var attherate = "@";
var http = "http";
var mainurl = http + colon + slash + UserName + colon + Password + attherate + IPAddress;
$("#frame").attr("src", mainurl);

return false;

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You'll probably need to consult the documentation or help for the application you are trying to connect to.

This does not appear to have anything to do with JIRA, or any Atlassian application, so I think you are in the wrong place.

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