While writing a code many time any of them get failed. How actually those methods work? Please great if you can help to stop confusing between those two.
Q - What is the real difference between methods
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.isEnabled() have nothing in common.
An element is considered displayed when it is perceptually visible to the human eye.
An element is considered enabled if it's not a form control (button, input, textarea, select or option) or when the user interactions and focus are not blocked with the
For the default implementation: