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Disable / Re-enable Inputs

Disable:

$("#submit-button").attr("disabled", true);

Re-enable:

$("#submit-button").removeAttr("disabled");

Comments

  1. You can also use the .prop() function.

    A simple


    $("#submit-button").prop('disabled', true);
    $("#submit-button").prop('disabled', false);

    will also do then.

  2. David
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    .prop does not work in IE

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