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How to handle autocomplete in browsers

Sometimes we face a problem while opening forms. There are some fields in the form that are always pre-filled whenever that form is opened. This is because of the auto-fill feature of the browser.

To solve that simple put the autocomplete="off" in form tag like below:

<form name="frmUser" method="post" action="test" autocomplete="off">
Name : <input type="text" name="name" />

According to the mozilla this happens because we are using the the two fileds in our form i.e. NAME and ADDRESS. 
Like in the above form we have used the label Name. To resolve this issue we can do the following:
Simply include the name using span as below

<form name="frmUser" method="post" action="test" autocomplete="off">
<Name : <input type="text" name="abc" />

So, before making forms to production make sure to change the NAME and ADDRESS like above
Enjoy the autocomplete="off" :)

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