autocomplete attribute provides a wide variety of options for
<input> fields. One of these is the
new-password value, which can be used when the user is asked to create a new password (e.g. signup or reset password forms). This value ensures that the browser will not accidentally fill in an existing password, while it also allows the browser to suggest a secure password:
<form action="signup" method="post"> <input type="text" autocomplete="username"> <input type="password" autocomplete="new-password"> <input type="submit" value="Sign up"> </form>
Additionally, if the form contains a second password field asking the user to retype the newly created password,
autocomplete="new-password" should be used for both of the password fields.
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