Dave Convery wrote:
Sean - I don't think we're going to be able to stop Firefox autofilling any time soon. Recent versions are ignoring
autocomplete="off" standards that ask the browser not to autofill forms. We'll leave it in place in case it's a bug in recent builds - if they start acknowledging it again it should go away.
Seems it's documented behaviour, interestingly Dave:
...many modern browsers do not support
autocomplete="off" for login fields:
- If a site sets
autocomplete="off" for a `
</em></em><form>`, and the form includes username and password input fields, then the browser will still offer to remember this login, and if the user agrees, the browser will autofill those fields the next time the user visits the page.</form>
- If a site sets
autocomplete="off" for username and password
<input type="text" /> fields, then the browser will still offer to remember this login, and if the user agrees, the browser will autofill those fields the next time the user visits the page.
This is the behavior in Firefox (since version 38), Google Chrome (since 34), and Internet Explorer (since version 11).
The page does go on the then discuss
If you are defining a user management page where a user can specify a new password for another person, and therefore you want to prevent autofilling of password fields, you can use
autocomplete="new-password"; however, this is a hint for browsers so they are not required to respond to it.
Underline for emphasis.
Edit: Seems that underlining is no longer working. When pressing
Ctrl+U. <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Example</span>. Edited the above (which is now underlined) to use BBCode.
Excuse my typos and sometimes awful grammar. My fingers work faster than my brain does.