jQuery :disabled Selector
Learn all about the jQuery function :disabled Selector.
As with other pseudo-class selectors (those that begin with a ":"), it is recommended to precede it with a tag name or some other selector; otherwise, the universal selector ("*") is implied. In other words, the bare
$(':disabled') is equivalent to
$('input:disabled') or similar should be used instead.
Although their resulting selections are usually the same, the
:disabled selector is subtly different from the
[disabled] attribute selector;
:disabled checks the boolean (true/false) value of the element’s disabled property while
[disabled] checks for the existence of the disabled attribute.
:disabled selector should only be used for selecting HTML elements that support the
disabled attribute (