The easier it is to fill out forms automatically, the more likely you are to get users to submit them. But nobody likes filling out forms, and autocomplete is getting smarter and smarter — but in my experience, it’s rarely perfect. So it’s nice to know that the HTML standard has added an
autocomplete attribute to form fields that makes it easier for browsers to guess what data goes where.
Google has announced that Chrome now fully supports this spec, and there’s another page for developers that talks about how to make forms friendlier.