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JavaScript

why button is not set to enable ?

hey check out my code here http://codepen.io/mehra_as/pen/bEKWBq the button when all the condition evaluates to true is disable...!

1 Answer

Sean T. Unwin
Sean T. Unwin
28,686 Points

Call enable() within each of the hide blocks of matchEvent() and checkEvent().

The top answer to this StackOverflow explains why onClick events may not work on disabled buttons. tl;dr since the button is disabled some browsers may not register the button click at all, essentially removing it from the DOM.