C# - Disable Autocomplete On Html Helper Textbox In MVC?

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I would in normal asp.net use a theme to turn off autocomplete on all text boxes on an entire site. However i cannot do this on MVC because nothing in the theme .skin files seems to work.

I have this in my .skin file:

<asp:TextBox runat="server" autocomplete="off" />

however this does not render at all, of course because this is not how MVC works. Anyway is there any way i can get this sort of thing to work.The site i am trying to do it on is too big to warrant changing every textbox or creating a new HTML helper to solve the issue?

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