Jam Ville Jam Ville - 3 months ago 15
Javascript Question

javascript remove "disabled" attribute to html input

How can I remove "disabled" attribute to an html input using javascript?

<input id=edit disabled>

at onclick I wanted my input tag not consist of "disabled" attribute.


Set the element's disabled property to false:

document.getElementById('my-input-id').disabled = false;

If you're using jQuery, the equivalent would be:

$('#my-input-id').prop('disabled', false);

For several input fields, you may access them by class instead:

var inputs = document.getElementsByClassName('my-input-class');
for(var i = 0; i < inputs.length; i++) {
    inputs[i].disabled = false;

Where document could be replaced with a form, for instance, to find only the elements inside that form. You could also use getElementsByTagName('input') to get all input elements. In your for iteration, you'd then have to check that inputs[i].type == 'text'.