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CSS CSS Selectors Going Further with Attribute Selectors and Pseudo-Classes Element States Pseudo-Classes

Kailash Seshadri
Kailash Seshadri
3,060 Points

Can a link be disabled?

can a link element ( <a> blah </a>) be disabled ( <a disabled> blah </a>)?

1 Answer

Aurelien Roux
Aurelien Roux
25,567 Points

I don't think there are attributes in html to disable a link element, but you can always disable the pointer events with CSS

a {
    pointer-events: none;