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  • Internet Explorer version five and better can recall previously inputted information into a form. For example if you went to Yahoo.com and entered a search into the form on the homepage and came back the next day you could either double-click on the search form or begin typing the first few letters into the text field and a dropdown menu will appear with previous inputted values for you to select from. This is of course providing that IE has this feature enabled. There are instances where you probably would not want information to automatically complete, say a field for credit card numbers or passwords. There is a flexible remedy if this is the case for some of your input fields and forms, the autocomplete attribute. Autocomplete can be placed within the form tag to prevent any input fields from being completed automatically or within the input tag to prevent part of a form from completion. The example below will demonstrate both of these methods.
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    <!-- A form with no mention of autocomplete should allow
    auto complete to work in IE 5 or better
    We use input type=text with a name=p as this is the
    text input name at yahoo.com for a search and most people
    should have some type of value for autocomplete to finish within-->

    <form action="http://www.codeave.com/html/get.asp">
    Form with no mention of auto complete<br>
    <input type=
    "text" name="p">
    <input type=
    "submit" value="Submit">


    <!-- autocomplete=off within the form tag will disable all
    auto compete functions within the form tags -->
    <form action="http://www.codeave.com/html/get.asp" autocomplete="off">
    Form with auto complete disabled <br>
    <input type=
    "text" name="p">
    <input type=
    "submit" value="Submit">


    <form action="http://www.codeave.com/html/get.asp">
    <!-- autocomplete=off on an attribute of form tag will disable
    auto compete only on those functions it's explicitly applied to -->
    One value within form with auto complete disabled <br>
    <input type=
    "text" name="p" autocomplete="off"> (auto complete off)
    <input type=
    "text" name="p"> (no auto complete value)
    <input type="submit" value="Submit">





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