How to specify that a keygen element should be disabled in HTML ?
The <keygen>element in HTML helps in encryption key generation so that data can be transferred between the server and client securely. This encryption may affect the user experience and reduce website performance in the case of users with fewer system requirements. This can cause issues in the user interface and may lead to confusion in the usage of the website. Therefore, the need may arise to disable it in unnecessary situations.
This can be achieved by using the disabled attribute of the <keygen> element. This will prevent the element from generating the key-value pairs it is supposed to generate.
<keygen name="security" disabled>
Example: In the below example, the <keygen> element is disabled using the disabled attribute.
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