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Change Style of Button OnDisable

Here is some easy points for those who know the answer.
I want to change the Style for the button or when I disable the button I want to turn the color of the button to Grey to make sure they can see it is disabled.

<form name="checkout">
<input type="text"
       name="quantity_#OreckDealerCart_ID#"
       value="#quantity#" size="3"
       maxlength="4"
       onchange="codename()"
       onkeypress="return maskKeyPress(event)">

<input type="submit"
       name="submit"
       value="Order"
       class="TableBody_Button">
</form>


<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
<!--
function codename() {
document.checkout.submit.disabled=true;
}
//-->
</SCRIPT>
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nathans
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nathans
1 Solution
 
tejaspuraniCommented:
Try This
<form name="checkout">
<input type="text"
      name="quantity_#OreckDealerCart_ID#"
      value="#quantity#" size="3"
      maxlength="4"
      onchange="codename()"
      onkeypress="return maskKeyPress(event)">

<input type="submit"
      name="btn1"
      value="Order"
      class="TableBody_Button" onclick="test()">
</form>


<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
<!--
function test(){
 document.checkout.btn1.style.background = "#666699";
 document.checkout.btn1.disabled=true;
}
function codename() {
//document.checkout.submit.disabled=true;
}
//-->
</SCRIPT>
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nathansAuthor Commented:
Thanks I knew it would be easy

Error
document.checkout.btn1.style.BACKGROUND-COLOR = "#666699";

Works
document.checkout.btn1.style.background = "#666699";

I was close but now I got it.

Thanks


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