I'd bet I'm in the minority here, but I don't mind at all the occasional, 
OT post. Hell, most of life seems OT, doesn't it?
BTW, your solution provides me with very helpful information. Thanks much.


> Fixed my own problem.

> Within the tag, you can use "autocomplete=off"
> To turn off the prompting or the autocompletion of any field. Apologize
> for this off-topic post, but I was searching for a non-javascript
> server-side solution

>> I'm trying to turn off the save password function so that I can do an
>> auth page that refuses to save passwords on the client side. I've tried
>> some JS but it works only in IE, not Netscape. So, I'm looking for a
>> server-side solution to this.

>> Any ideas?

>> Gary Every
>> Sr. UNIX Administrator
>> Ingram Entertainment Inc.
>> 2 Ingram Blvd, La Vergne, TN 37089
>> "Pay It Forward!"

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