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1. VFP has equivalent properties in its own controls with the same distinction: Enabled = false means that the user can not even select the field (it is grayed out), which prevents scrolling in textarea fields.  Readonly = true means that the user can not modify the contents of the field.

2. You can do so with by using JavaScript to modify the disabled property of all members of your form.  Obviously if the user has disabled JavaScript this won't work.

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Sent by Alan Harris-Reid on 12/11/2001 04:30:50 PM:
A few questions regarding creating web pages (using Dreamweaver 4.0)

1. What is the difference between the readonly and disabled properties for input fields?

2. Is there any easy way to disable (or make readonly) all objects in a HTML page (or within a form on a page) without having to manually add the 'disabled' property to all objects on the page?

3. On more than one occasion I have wanted to split a table into 2 separate tables.  Apart from physically creating the new table, then transferring all cell contents from the original table to the new table, is there any easy way to do this?

Many thanks,
Alan Harris-Reid