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AMT India
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I have a pop up window made in JS. There is a lot of buttons and text boxes in that pop up. I want to make this whole pop up read only. Is there is any method in Java script?
May 23 '07 #1
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this is very simple .....

u can do this by enable the readonly attribute of all fields.
say .. <input type = text readonly>

i think this ll work for u.

kind regards.
May 23 '07 #2
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I have a pop up window made in JS. There is a lot of buttons and text boxes in that pop up. I want to make this whole pop up read only. Is there is any method in Java script?
yes ... you may loop through your input-elements and set the disabled-attribute for them:

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  1. <input type="button" value="test" disabled=""/>
it only has to be set ... if you want the elements enabled you have to remove the attribute.

kind regards ...
May 23 '07 #3
5,390 Recognized Expert Moderator Expert
this is very simple .....

u can do this by enable the readonly attribute of all fields.
say .. <input type = text readonly>

i think this ll work for u.

kind regards.
this works in IE and for text-boxes only - looks a little bit different to disabled and allows the user to select and copy the text in the box ... while disabled does not ... but readonly seems not to work in moz, ff ...?

kind regards ...
May 23 '07 #4
AMT India
64 New Member
Thanx for all replies
May 25 '07 #5

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