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Input type readonly

Posted on 2011-02-20
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See attached html. Note type readonly on element subjo.

Not onChange function on element  subj.

None of this works. The element subjo accepts typing when the page is loaded. I'm using FireFox; I checked Error Console, no Javascript errors.

I also included css in case you need it.

What's wrong?
send-message.txt
mainr3.css
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Question by:Richard Korts
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by:ludofulop
ID: 34938768
hi, there is no input type 'readonly', but there is a html attribute 'readonly'.
you can set it in html:
<input type="text" readonly="readonly" .... />
or using javascript:
document.st.subjo.readonly = true;      
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by:LAMASE
ID: 34938785
type="readonly"??
It simply doesn't exists, so the browser use the default "input" type.
Use
<input type="text" readonly>
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by:LAMASE
ID: 34938791
ps, for a modern html, use
<input type="text" name="subjo" readonly="readonly">
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by:Richard Korts
ID: 34938953
To all,

Thanks. I got it to partially work. Form field like this:

                        <td><input type="text" readonly name="subjo" size="30" class="pt8">&nbsp;<font size="-1">(Please enter a subject if "Other" is selected)</font></td>

But the onChange in the select element DOES NOT change the readonly attribute.

I tried it as follows and also with true & false; neither works.

      function chk_other() {
            if (document.st.subj.value == "Other") {
                  document.st.subjo.readonly = "";
            } else {
                  document.st.subjo.value = "";
                  document.st.subjo.readonly = "readonly";      
            }
            return true;
      }            
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ludofulop earned 500 total points
ID: 34939004
try this:

      function chk_other() {
        if (document.st.subj.options[document.st.subj.selectedIndex].value != "Other") {
              document.st.subjo.readOnly = true;
        } else {
              document.st.subjo.value = "";
              document.st.subjo.readOnly = false;
        }
            return true;
      }            
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