An example of when you'd want to do this is when you want to prevent a user from submitting a form until all the required fields are filled out.
A button has an internal state, similar to checkboxes and radio buttons.
This means we can manipulate the state of the button, and therefore disable it.
The first thing you'll want to do is to get the button element.
If you have a class applied, you can get your button like this:
const button = document.querySelector(".button");
Now that you've gotten your button, simply set its
disabled property to
const button = document.querySelector(".button"); button.disabled = true;
Hopefully, this has been helpful to you.
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