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If you’re publishing to an LMS, try using the variable AICC_Student_Name, which Lectora will auto-populate from the LMS, instead of asking the learner to type it in.

If you’re not publishing to an LMS, you can try <span class=”token tag”><span class=”token punctuation”><</span>input</span> <span class=”token attr-name”>name</span><span class=”token attr-value”><span class=”token punctuation”>=</span><span class=”token punctuation”>”</span>q<span class=”token punctuation”>”</span></span> <span class=”token attr-name”>type</span><span class=”token attr-value”><span class=”token punctuation”>=</span><span class=”token punctuation”>”</span>text<span class=”token punctuation”>”</span></span> <span class=”token attr-name”>autocomplete</span><span class=”token attr-value”><span class=”token punctuation”>=</span><span class=”token punctuation”>”</span>off<span class=”token punctuation”>”</span></span><span class=”token punctuation”>/> </span><span class=”token punctuation”>in CSS, or in javascript:</span>

someForm.setAttribute( "autocomplete", "off" );
someFormElm.setAttribute( "autocomplete", "off" );

They may not work in all browsers, but that’s the best I’ve got.

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