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How can I make autocomplete work in my form?
Question: We have a web form and not all of the fields link with the autocomplete function properly - some fields are not offering the values that users put in using other forms on other sites. Do we have to use special field names for our input fields?
Explanation: Internet Explorer encrypts the autocomplete entries/values and stores them on the user's machine using vCard. vCard specifies certain properties about a user, for example their name, address, telephone number, e-mail address etc.
Any of these standard vCard values can be made available for a particular input field, even if it does not have the same name, as in your case.
The syntax for the mapping is shown at the bottom. Here is a list of the defined vCard properties:
||Personal Address : Street Address
||Personal Address : City
||Personal Address : State
||Personal Address : Country
||Personal Address : Zip Code
||Personal Address : Phone Number
||Personal Address : Fax Number
||Personal Homepage URL
||Business/Company Address : Street Address
||Business/Company Address : City
||Business/Company Address : State
||Business/Company Address : Country
||Business/Company Address : Zip Code
||Business/Company Address : Phone Number
||Business/Company Address : Fax Number
||Business/Company Website - URL
<input type="text" name="nam1" vcard_name="vCard.FirstName">
<input type="text" name="nam2"
<input type="text" name="user_email" vcard_name="vCard.Email">
<input type="text" name="Ctry" vcard_name="vCard.Home.Country">
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