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It is possible to set the checkbox size by using the CSS width and height properties. Use height property to set the height of the checkbox and the width property to set the width of the checkbox.
Start your text editor program and open the document that has the checkboxes. Enter "width: ;" and "height: ;" between the curly brackets. Position your cursor in the line of code that creates the checkbox.
Use display: none. Use visibility: hidden. Use opacity: 0. Position it off the screen using position: absolute and an insanely big value like left: -9999px.
Right-click the selection, and then click Format Control. On the Size tab, enter measurements for the height and width of the control, or click the up or down arrow keys to move the height and width. To maintain the control's proportions, select the Lock aspect ratio check box.
Select the control that you want to format. Right-click the selection, and then click Format Control. On the Font tab, select the font type, font style, font size, other formatting options for the selected text. Click OK.
Disable a checkbox: document.getElementById("myCheck").disabled = true; The result will be: Find out if a checkbox is disabled or not: var x = document.getElementById("myCheck").disabled; The result of x will be: Disable and un-disable a checkbox: function disable() { document.getElementById("myCheck").disabled = true;
Begin with an input element. Set the type attribute to checkbox. Give the element an id field so that your code can work directly with the element. Specify a value. Add a label. Add the for attribute to the label.
This will make a text box in readonly mode, might be helpful in generating passwords and datepickers. You can Use both disabled or readonly attribute of input . Using disable attribute will omit that value at form submit, so if you want that values at submit event make them readonly instead of disable.
Disable a checkbox: document.getElementById("myCheck").disabled = true; The result will be: Find out if a checkbox is disabled or not: var x = document.getElementById("myCheck").disabled; The result of x will be: Disable and un-disable a checkbox: function disable() { document.getElementById("myCheck").disabled = true;
You can check a radio button by default by adding the checked HTML attribute to the element. You can disable a radio button by adding the disabled HTML attribute to both the
No, input checkboxes can't be readonly. But you can make them readonly with javascript! Add this code anywhere at any time to make checkboxes readonly work as assumed, by preventing the user from modifying it in any way. You can add this script at any time after jQuery has loaded.
Register enable() and disable() function with buttons to enable and disable text field. Use the getElementById() to grab the text field. Set the disabled field to true or false.
Yes, all browsers should not submit the disabled inputs, as they are read-only. disabled [CI] When set for a form control, this Boolean attribute disables the control for user input. When set, the disabled attribute has the following effects on an element: Disabled controls do not receive focus.
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Inspect the checked property of the element. checked is cleaner. Do NOT use getAttribute() looking for the checked attribute value, because that's always true if the checkbox is checked by default in this way: Also don't check for the value of a checkbox element.
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