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Language: Web
Expertise: Intermediate
Aug 27, 2001

Disable HTML Elements


HTML elements can be made inactive and non-responsive by using the disable attribute. When HTML controls are disabled, they appear dimmed and don't respond to user input. This is useful when you're trying to prevent a user from entering information into controls that do not apply to them, potentially cutting the amount of validation needed.

Sample code:
 
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<input type="password" name="Password" size="20" disabled>

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<select size="1" name="test" disabled>
    <option>test1</option>
    <option>test2</option>
</select>

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Rick Codrington
 
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