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autocomplete turned off programmatically

 
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I can turn off auto complete at the form level for IE but not Netscape or Mozilla. How do I accomplish this in a non-IE browser in my form code?
The form is using JSP's and struts.
 
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Regardless of the backend technology used to generate the HTML page, it's still just good old HTML. So, off to the HTML forum with ye!
 
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How are you doing this in IE?
 
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