Sometimes we need to enable and disable input elements like text box, radio buttons, or checkboxes, to make it readable only or sometimes allow users to fill the form with their data but every time you make a change you need to reload the HTML? The question is, how can we do it dynamically without loading the page?
onClick() attribute as shown in our first example.
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How To Use It On A HTML Form?
<span onClick="toggleFormElements(false);">enable all</span> from where you want to call the function. It will affect all elements on your page. To allow it to affect only one form on the page, you can edit it a little bit bypassing the form ID to it. Rest contact form more.
Troubleshooting the Errors
Do it with concentration and patience. Check your alls steps and again and all codes or scripts. If you find any error you can contact us anytime via comment or better via email, We are always here to help you.
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