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zachary
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But it does, if you check the Xhtml tutorial, and go to the taglist reference, at the input page it will say that "disabled" as an attribute is allowed :) In Xhtml it actually needs to have a value though.http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_input.aspOr do you mean in an example? :)

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I think it should be written like this:<input type="" vaue="" name="" maxlength="" disabled="disabled" />

In Xhtml it actually needs to have a value though.

So I said, Scott :) That is the syntax for Xhtml :) Edited by Dan The Prof
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technically, it should be written:

<input type="xxxxxx" vaue="xxxxxx" name="xxxxxx" maxlength="xx" disabled="disabled" />

(don't forget the trialing forward slash on tags that have no closing tag):)

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And in the end, we come to fully agreement that the correct syntax of the input element is... :)<input type="xx" value="xx" name="xx" maxlength="xx" disabled="disabled" />(there was an "L" missing in one of the attributes too)

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And finally not forgetting id should be used.<input type="xx" value="xx" name="xx" id="xx" maxlength="xx" disabled="disabled" />In XHTML the name attribute is deprecated. Use id instead.Note: To interoperate with older browsers for a while, you should use both name and id, with identical attribute values.I think that covers everything :)

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