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3 ways to disable autocomplete on your forms

David Carr

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    Here are 3 ways to stop forms remember what has previosuly been entered into them, the fist way is to enter autocomplete="off" into the input you want to disable autcomplete for.

    <input type="text" name="firstName" value="" autocomplete="off">

    Another way is to apply autcomplete off to the form to disable autocomplete on all the forms inputs.

    <form autocomplete="off">

    Lastly you can disable autocomplete to all inputs using jQuery.

    $(document).ready(function(){ 
        $("input").attr("autocomplete", "off"); 
    });

     

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