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Default Disable/Enable elements

Hi there,

I've got a page that I want a <TD> link disabled until one of the radio buttons on the page is selected.

I've given the <TD> name and disabled tags (<TD name="test" disabled="true">), but can't get JS to enable it once one of the buttons is selected using;

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<INPUT type="radio" name="StyleSheet" value="blue" id="Blue" onClick="document.Test.disabled=false();" />
Any ideas?

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on the first glance the mistake which I see in your code is that the parenthesis is not required after the false;

onClick="document.Test.disabled=false;"

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another thing is that I doubt whether you can get reference to the td object with document.td, try using document.getElementByID or document.getElementByName insted

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