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#83 user control mechanism for <autocomplete=off>

by smkatz

Monday February 24th, 2003 9:20 PM

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why do I need to fill in the response tag. *<autocomplete=off>

see bugs for this feature's origin. also: users can turn this back on with some javascript, which I will not reveal. (generally, banks should consider this hacking, and irresponsible behavior at a public terminal not a bug on Mozilla's part.)

ok.. I don't think they can fix it anyway.

<> strips the form tag's autocomplete attribute from any forms on the page (locally.)