kvijayhari — 2007-02-14T05:08:50-05:00 — #1
Hi people actually i started a thread in HTML forum by thinking that it would have solution ...
can you people pls help with a sample code to disable a link or a <td>..
7stud — 2007-02-14T05:15:28-05:00 — #2
autisticcuckoo — 2007-02-14T05:22:27-05:00 — #3
7stud, that's a bit harsh, isn't it?
Viju, you'll have to provide more detail about what your markup looks like as well as how and when you want these things to be disabled.
If you can't figure out what to do from the code snippet I posted, there's a risk that this is going to be too complicated for you. In that case, you might want to heed 7stud's advice and bring in someone to help you with the coding.
mikefoster — 2007-02-14T09:08:25-05:00 — #4
:lol: * mike pokes tommy in the ribs and giggles *
kvijayhari, give us a link to your page and we will be glad to help you
... maybe ...
just kidding! :lol:
Where's my coffee!!!
autisticcuckoo — 2007-02-14T12:51:34-05:00 — #5
I'll let you get away with that since it's Valentine's Day and all. :rofl:
mikefoster — 2007-02-14T14:18:45-05:00 — #6
Hey, you look good in green. Congrats!
autisticcuckoo — 2007-02-15T01:25:02-05:00 — #7
kvijayhari — 2007-02-16T03:50:11-05:00 — #8
hi guys ,
i've sorted it out and it's working very nicely. The concept which AutisticCuckoo gave me helped me to solve it.:)
i haven't posted that code because i thought that it would be a very nice little code or portion which can be writtten of easily by the experts. and i thought it not necessary to post all my code because a it's nothing to see there. :rolleyes:
yes u r right ,, as i noted earlier i thought it would be a very silly question i've asked to post with code and all other details.
tygatur — 2007-02-28T11:31:22-05:00 — #9
Simply overwrite the link target with the link itself.
This code should change the link to an anchor pointing to itself.