My client would like me to change the behavior of a web form. They want to prevent auto complete from showing a list of recent entries when they click on a text field.
For example, if there is an "Email" text box, when you click on the field and hit a letter, a list of recent email addresses will show up.
One way of getting rid of the auto complete stuff is to clear the browser cache. I need to replicate this behavior programatically. Anything I can do to prevent the auto complete from working is good with me.
One other thing I thought of, I could randomize the "name" or "id" of the text fields, but that would cause problems on the submit side of things.
Sometimes with dynamic images, to prevent them from caching I append a random query string parameter to the image SRC; IE:
Of course this is probly unrelated.
<input type="text" name="email" /><!-- No auto complete please! -->