I’ve been using inline forms for a Django application (so essentially subforms within a parent form).
To manage those forms, the server send with the inline form a “management_form”, that contains informations such as:
<input type="hidden" name="details-TOTAL_FORMS" value="42" id="id_details-TOTAL_FORMS"> <input type="hidden" name="details-INITIAL_FORMS" value="5" id="id_details-INITIAL_FORMS"> <input type="hidden" name="details-MIN_NUM_FORMS" value="0" id="id_details-MIN_NUM_FORMS"> <input type="hidden" name="details-MAX_NUM_FORMS" value="1000" id="id_details-MAX_NUM_FORMS">
This does NOT happen upon a hard refresh (ctrl shift r /ctrl f5). This also does NOT happen on Chrome.
Please see SO question for details, but… What specifically is causing this issue? I have tried setting an attribute autocomplete=“False” on that input tag, but it didn’t change anything.