Ignore fields or forms with autocomplete="off" attribute

The autocomplete attribute is an attribute that can be assigned to input elements or forms, and will let the browser or developers know whether those elements should be filled automatically or not.

Fake Data can respect elements with autocomplete="off" by not filling them at all. By default, this setting is disabled, but if you want this functionality, you can enable it through the following steps:

  • Open Fake Data's options page.
  • Go to Settings -> Developer Options -> Field Matching.
  • Under the question Should fields be ignored when they have autocomplete="off" attribute? choose Yes, ignore fields or forms with autocomplete="off" attribute.
  • Press the Save button on the bottom of the page to save your setting.

After doing this, Fake Data will no longer fill <input> and <select> elements with autocomplete="off" attribute, as well as <form> elements with the same attribute.