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Input URL disabled Property

Input URL Object Reference Input URL Object

Example

Disable a URL field:

document.getElementById("myURL").disabled = true;

The result will be:


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Definition and Usage

The disabled property sets or returns whether a URL field should be disabled, or not.

A disabled element is unusable and un-clickable. Disabled elements are usually rendered in gray by default in browsers.

This property reflects the HTML disabled attribute.


Browser Support

Internet Explorer Firefox Opera Google Chrome Safari

The disabled property is supported in all major browsers.

Note: The <input type="url"> element is not supported in Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions, or in Safari.


Syntax

Return the disabled property:

urlObject.disabled

Set the disabled property:

urlObject.disabled=true|false

Property Values

Value Description
true|false Specifies whether a URL field should be disabled, or not
  • true - The URL field is disabled
  • false - Default. The URL field is not disabled

Technical Details

Return Value: A Boolean, returns true if the URL field is disabled, otherwise it returns false

More Examples

Example

Find out if a URL field is disabled or not:

var x = document.getElementById("myURL").disabled;

The result of x will be:

true

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Example

Disable and undisable a URL field:

function disableBtn() {
    document.getElementById("myURL").disabled = true;
}

function undisableBtn() {
    document.getElementById("myURL").disabled = false;
}

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Related Pages

HTML reference: HTML <input> disabled Attribute


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