Forms autocomplete not working even though autocomplete attribute is provided.

Not reproducible Issue #8988276

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Author
aadil k.
Created
Sep 20, 2016
Privacy
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  • Internet Explorer
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Steps to reproduce

  1. Create a basic form with an input element for email
  2. Add autocomplete attribute with value “email” and name attribute with some random value (not email).
  3. When filling this form, autocomplete doesn’t work(no previously used values of emails are listed).

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    • Previously used values of emails should have been listed as we have provided the autocomplete attribute as email. What is the use of providing keyword in autocomplete attribute if we have to provide the name attribute as email. Shouldn’t the autocomplete attribute be independent of the name attribute.

    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To to “Brad E.”

    • Are you saying that this is different from Chrome?  If you take this link:

      http://jsbin.com/yerepi/1/edit?html,js,output

      And compare the side by side behavior to Chrome - you are getting different results?

      Just want to make sure that I am understanding this properly first.

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      The MS Edge Team

    • Yes it is different from chrome which honor the autocomplete attribute. If I provide autocomplete attribute as name and name attribute as email. Then chrome will suggest name and internet explorer will suggest email

    • While that may be true in IE - we are not working on IE feature bugs any longer using this website. Edge seems to be providing the same results to me as Chrome in relation to your previous comments.

    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Status to “Not reproducible”

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