Disable/Enable Submit Button until all forms have been filled

I want my form submit button to be disabled/enabled depending on if the form is completely filled.

When the inputs are filled, the disabled button changes to enabled. That works great. But I would like it to disable the button when an input gets emtied.

This is my script:

<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">
    function checkform()
    {
        var f = document.forms["theform"].elements;
        var cansubmit = true;

        for (var i = 0; i < f.length; i++) {
            if (f[i].value.length == 0) cansubmit = false;
        }

        if (cansubmit) {
            document.getElementById('submitbutton').disabled = false;
        }
    }
</script> 
<form name="theform">
<input type="text" onKeyup="checkform()" />
<input type="text" onKeyup="checkform()" />
<input id="submitbutton" type="submit" disabled="disabled" value="Submit" />
</form>

Answers


Just use

document.getElementById('submitbutton').disabled = !cansubmit;

instead of the the if-clause that works only one-way.

Also, for the users who have JS disabled, I'd suggest to set the initial disabled by JS only. To do so, just move the script behind the <form> and call checkform(); once.


Just add an else then:

function checkform()
{
    var f = document.forms["theform"].elements;
    var cansubmit = true;

    for (var i = 0; i < f.length; i++) {
        if (f[i].value.length == 0) cansubmit = false;
    }

    if (cansubmit) {
        document.getElementById('submitbutton').disabled = false;
    }
    else {
        document.getElementById('submitbutton').disabled = 'disabled';
    }
}

Put it inside a table and then do on her:

var tabPom = document.getElementById("tabPomId");
$(tabPom ).prop('disabled', true/false);

Here is the code

<html>
   <body>
      <input type="text" name="name" id="name" required="required"                                    aria-required="true" pattern="[a-z]{1,5}" onchange="func()">
      <script>
       function func()
       {
        var namdata=document.form1.name.value;
         if(namdata.match("[a-z]{1,5}"))
        {
         document.getElementById("but1").disabled=false;
        }
        }
        </script>
  </body>
</html>

Using Javascript


I just posted this on Disable Submit button until Input fields filled in. Works for me.

Use the form onsubmit. Nice and clean. You don't have to worry about the change and keypress events firing. Don't have to worry about keyup and focus issues.

http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/event_form_onsubmit.asp

<form action="formpost.php" method="POST" onsubmit="return validateCreditCardForm()">
   ...
</form>

function validateCreditCardForm(){
    var result = false;
    if (($('#billing-cc-exp').val().length > 0) &&
        ($('#billing-cvv').val().length  > 0) &&
        ($('#billing-cc-number').val().length > 0)) {
            result = true;
    }
    return result;
}

You can enable and disable the submit button based on the javascript validation below is the validation code. Working Example Here

<script>
function validate() {

var valid = true;
valid = checkEmpty($("#name"));
valid = valid && checkEmail($("#email"));

$("#san-button").attr("disabled",true);
if(valid) {
$("#san-button").attr("disabled",false);
} 
}
function checkEmpty(obj) {
var name = $(obj).attr("name");
$("."+name+"-validation").html(""); 
$(obj).css("border","");
if($(obj).val() == "") {
$(obj).css("border","#FF0000 1px solid");
$("."+name+"-validation").html("Required");
return false;
}

return true; 
}
function checkEmail(obj) {
var result = true;

var name = $(obj).attr("name");
$("."+name+"-validation").html(""); 
$(obj).css("border","");

result = checkEmpty(obj);

if(!result) {
$(obj).css("border","#FF0000 1px solid");
$("."+name+"-validation").html("Required");
return false;
}

var email_regex = /^([a-zA-Z0-9_.+-])+\@(([a-zA-Z0-9-])+\.)+([a-zA-Z0-9]{2,3})+$/;
result = email_regex.test($(obj).val());

if(!result) {
$(obj).css("border","#FF0000 1px solid");
$("."+name+"-validation").html("Invalid");
return false;
}

return result; 
}
</script>  

I think this will be much simpler for beginners in JavaScript

    //The function checks if the password and confirm password match
    // Then disables the submit button for mismatch but enables if they match
            function checkPass()
            {
                //Store the password field objects into variables ...
                var pass1 = document.getElementById("register-password");
                var pass2 = document.getElementById("confirm-password");
                //Store the Confimation Message Object ...
                var message = document.getElementById('confirmMessage');
                //Set the colors we will be using ...
                var goodColor = "#66cc66";
                var badColor = "#ff6666";
                //Compare the values in the password field 
                //and the confirmation field
                if(pass1.value == pass2.value){
                    //The passwords match. 
                    //Set the color to the good color and inform
                    //the user that they have entered the correct password 
                    pass2.style.backgroundColor = goodColor;
                    message.style.color = goodColor;
                    message.innerHTML = "Passwords Match!"
 //Enables the submit button when there's no mismatch                   
                    var tabPom = document.getElementById("btnSignUp");
                    $(tabPom ).prop('disabled', false);
                }else{
                    //The passwords do not match.
                    //Set the color to the bad color and
                    //notify the user.
                    pass2.style.backgroundColor = badColor;
                    message.style.color = badColor;
                    message.innerHTML = "Passwords Do Not Match!"
 //Disables the submit button when there's mismatch       
                    var tabPom = document.getElementById("btnSignUp");
                    $(tabPom ).prop('disabled', true);
                }
            } 

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