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Hello,

I have a system working with xsl and php, I create a button with information from a php file and everything goes ok, but when I try to change the disabled state of the button, it always shows disabled even if the vaue of the property is false.

Does anybody have an idea about this??


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Hi Skyangel17,

This sounds like a PHP state problem and not XSLT. I would suggest a PHP forum.

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I'm afraid your description is about as useful as saying "I have a program that doesn't work, does anyone know why". We can't possibly know what you've done wrong from the description given here.

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Well, thanks both for answering.

I could fix my problem, and I found out that the "disabled" attribute of a input "button" doesn't need to have a value, the simple declaration of the atribute makes the element disabled; so I put that line inside of an "if" expression and it works really good.


Thank you anyway for your time, and sorry about my english

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The full syntax is disabled="disabled" for which, in HTML but not XML or XHTML you can use the shortcut disabled.
If you'd shown some code earlier it would have been more obvious what the problem was. Please read the first post in this forum about how to make an effective posting.

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