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Troy Peterson

Turning Off Autocomplete Using HTML

Autocomplete is a function in most modern browsers (IE 7+, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera) that remembers commonly named entries in previous forms and enters it on new forms.

This can be a handy tool for users so they don’t have to keep entering common information.¬†However, for a developer, it can be an extremely annoying and potentially dangerous feature.


2 Weeks with Google Chrome

Most people are creatures of habit. ¬†Just look at almost any Analytics report now days and you’ll still see that around 20% of most “average” web visitors still use Internet Explorer 6… a browser that was released in 2001 and is EXTREMELY out of date.

So, in an effort to change some of my own habits and try something new, I decided to try setting my default browser from Internet Explorer 8 to Google Chrome.

The following paragraphs are a few of my observations on the browser and how well it performs in everyday environments.