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I have a request and a question about Web Form attributes:<br>
--- minlength ---<br>
I'd like to see a minlength attribute that can be used on the same
elements as the maxlength attribute. The default value can be "0"
unless the required atribute is set (in that case it should be >1).
The value of the element should be trimmed of spaces at the beginning
or the end before validating/submitting (perhaps this could be made
optional in which case negative values could be used for the minlength
attribute to indicate whether the trimming has to take place or not).<br>
--- autocomplete ---<br>
The autocomplete attribute acts as a boolean, but its values are not
consistent to other booleans, being either attributes or variables.<br>
Why not use autocomplete="autocomplete" or its minimised form? Is it
because it's not the "on" state that is important, but the "off" state.
If so, I'd suggest to use "true" or "false" instead or rename the
attribute to noautocomplete. If it's a backward compatibilty issue then
I suggest both on/off and true/false should be allowed.<br>