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Hi

Could anyone suggest a method of turning autocomplete off on all browsers that is w3c compliant? Most of the results Google returns when searched on the subject have different issues when implemented.

Thanks :)

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Hi

Could anyone suggest a method of turning autocomplete off on all browsers that is w3c compliant? Most of the results Google returns when searched on the subject have different issues when implemented.

Thanks :)

Hi! Please try and be more clear like what browser you are using, I'll assume you're using superior FireFox, if you mean to block Google from loading it's autocomplete searches then you need to install the FireFox addon "BlockSite" it does what it says. After installing it go into options in addon preferences and visit the blacklist, in the blacklist you want to enter.

[url]http://www.clients1.google.com[/url]
[url]http://www.clients1.google.co.uk[/url]
[url]http://www.clients1.google.ca[/url]
[url]http://www.clients1.google.nl[/url]
[url]http://www.clients1.google.fr[/url]

And all the other google native websites you want to visit, boom, google still works, autocomplete doesn't. ;)

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No, I don't mean turning it off in the browser, I'm looking for code to put on my web page that will prevent a user being able to store the username and password using autocomplete. Sorry for the confusion.

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It's not possible at all. That belongs to the user, not to you.

One thing you could do is fill the blank with something using a script, and then let them type over it.

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