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why my web page on android browser does not behave as desktop browser?

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my website piratetransfer.com has a simple reservation form. It works as it's supposed to in desktop and mobiles browsers but firefox for android. this surprises me a lot because for coding my web page I only use firefox fo desktop, and it is not up to date.

the form is supposed to display a drop-down menu when you are typing on the "pick up place" and "drop off place" inputs. I'm using the (list="datalist-tag-id" autocomplete="off") attributes in the input tag. the options are loaded with java-script after the page loads.

I repeat this works just fine for all the web browsers but Firefox for android latest version.

I hope you have a solution to this because I hate google chrome, but I need my customers to be able to use my site.

my website piratetransfer.com has a simple reservation form. It works as it's supposed to in desktop and mobiles browsers but firefox for android. this surprises me a lot because for coding my web page I only use firefox fo desktop, and it is not up to date. the form is supposed to display a drop-down menu when you are typing on the "pick up place" and "drop off place" inputs. I'm using the (list="datalist-tag-id" autocomplete="off") attributes in the input tag. the options are loaded with java-script after the page loads. I repeat this works just fine for all the web browsers but Firefox for android latest version. I hope you have a solution to this because I hate google chrome, but I need my customers to be able to use my site.

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Seburo
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This sounds more like a web development query than a question about Firefox for Android. I recommend that you ask the experts at Stack Overflow.

Hi This sounds more like a web development query than a question about Firefox for Android. I recommend that you ask the experts at [https://stackoverflow.com/questions Stack Overflow].
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then what kind of support is this? the kind try to reset your wifi support... and if you did then reset it again...

then what kind of support is this? the kind try to reset your wifi support... and if you did then reset it again...
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Is this example work for you on android? https://codepen.io/anon/pen/NZexBR

Is this example work for you on android? https://codepen.io/anon/pen/NZexBR
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Thanks TyDraniu, ti didn't solve the problem but helped me understanding.

now I understand that if I set autocomplete ='off' is the issue. in the desktop browser works as expected but for android is an other result

Thanks TyDraniu, ti didn't solve the problem but helped me understanding. now I understand that if I set autocomplete ='off' is the issue. in the desktop browser works as expected but for android is an other result
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