button id="myButton">Click me</button> <script> var button = document.getElementById("myButton"); button.disabled = true; </script>
In this example, we first access the button element using the “getElementById” method and assign it to a variable named “button”. We then set the “disabled” attribute to “true” to disable the button.
Here is an example of how to disable an HTML button element using jQuery:
<button class="myButton">Click me</button> <script> $('.myButton').attr('disabled', true); </script>
In this example, we access the button element using the jQuery selector “.myButton” and set the “disabled” attribute to “true” using the “attr” method.
You can also set the disabled attribute using HTML itself, by just adding the disabled attribute to the button element.
button class="myButton" disabled>Click me</button>
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