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How to configure Netui Tags to Support Autocomplete Attribute (Doc ID 1262715.1)

Last updated on JULY 23, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle WebLogic Portal - Version 8.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

As described in Microsoft's Using AutoComplete in HTML Forms, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 and later includes an integrated feature called AutoComplete, which helps users quickly enter information into form fields.

The AUTOCOMPLETE attribute allows Web authors to selectively disable the AutoComplete feature for a single INPUT type=text element or all INPUT type=text elements in a particular form. For example, by providing a value of off, a particular field or the entire form can be disabled. If a Web author does not want users to see the AutoComplete feature for a password field, the AUTOCOMPLETE attribute can be used to disable the feature for that single field, as in the following example:

<
  INPUT TYPE = password
  NAME = oPassword
  AUTOCOMPLETE = "off"
>

In addition, if a Web author does not want users to see the AutoComplete feature for any field in a form, the AUTOCOMPLETE attribute can be used to disable the feature for the entire form.

<FORM AUTOCOMPLETE = "off">
:
</FORM>

You can enable AutoComplete by setting the value of the autocomplete property to an empty string.

How to get Netui tags to support the above mentioned autocomplete attribute

Solution

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