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WCAG: 1.3.5: Autocomplete attribute must be used correctly

The purpose for each common input field that collects an individual's personal data is programmatically defined based on the list of 53 Input Purposes for User Interface Components. The autocomplete attribute values must be valid and correctly applied for screen readers to function correctly.

Failure to provide autocomplete values in form fields results in inaccessible content. Screen readers do not read identified autocomplete form fields if the appropriate autocomplete attribute values are missing. Users cannot correctly navigate forms when screen readers cannot provide adequate information to the user regarding form field interaction requirements.

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