You can have different HTML
input elements on a single HTML
form and all of them, have their associated remembered values (values that you've entered in those fields); Is it related to the
name attribute of the
input element? No. Proof? Your email address appears on many
input elements across different websites, and all those fields have different
So, there is a mystery here I don't understand. How browsers remember values for HTML form controls? What is the algorithm? How they know that they should show your email on this control and not on that control, while controls are both HTML
input type=text elements?