You can't access or prevent any device native features on the web
Well, not quite true.
On iOS, Mobile Safari has a number of meta tags that can be used to enable/disable various native (really "browser") responses, such as auto phone-number recognition, long-tap to display URL menu, spelling correction, etc.
I'm unfamiliar with any similar features for Windows Phone, since I don't work with Windows Phone, but it's quite likely that similar meta tags exist, so you should check the Windows Phone developer documentation for the browser.
I suppose this is true, I was thinking more about "every device" rather than a single type. Though I know some people are using JQuery Mobile for certain devices, so tags could work. I am not familiar with Windows Phone either so I'm not certain if there are any tags.