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I Have written code

$('#<%=panel1.ClientID%>').attr('disabled', 'disabled');

this is working fine for Internet Explorer

But I need for Google Chrome

It is not working for Chrome

I need solution for this
Posted 6-Jun-13 2:53am
Edited 6-Jun-13 3:17am
Prasad Khandekar at 6-Jun-13 9:18am
Hello Vasantha,

Disabled attribute is applicable for form elements only. I am afraid it's not applicable for other elements.


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Solution 1

An asp:Panel just produces a div element. This isn't a form control, it's just there for structure.
To disable every input control inside of it, if you are using jQuery, try:
$("#<%=mypanel.ClientID%> input").attr("disabled", true);
Or plain ol' JavaScript:
var controls = document.getElementById("<%=mypanel.ClientID%>").getElementsByTagName("input");
for (var i = 0; i < controls.length; i++)
    controls[i].disabled = true;

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vasantha.M at 7-Jun-13 2:33am
will this solution work for all browsers?

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