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- Posted on
January 8, 2007, 10:18 pm
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(and I mean a ton...don't look at me I didn't make the page).
This creates a huge headache. My job is to make the tabindex of the
elements order properly. Instead of going through manually and trying
to adjust 300+ tabindexes I just made a script which worked fine in FF:
for (var i=0; i< form.elements.length; i++)
var ele = form.elements[i];
if(ele.type != "hidden" && ele.disabled != true)
ele.onclick = function()
This didn't past properly, but if anyone can tell me what the problem
is, I'd greatly appreciate it. The alert is just debugging for me to
see if the tabindex was set, and it IS! If I click element #5 in the
order it is the 4 (0-based) tab index! But when I actually do my
tabbing, it is all out of wack!
asking while Firefox has something like pop-up java script blockade
~~>meaning it doesnt allow java script to run on some page w/o asking user
But as a developer you should have something to say about it.
That can be problamatic in some cases. The best thing to do is to put
the form elements in their logical order, thereby removing the need for
You need to break the form up. No one is going to want to tab through
300 form elements. It's just too daunting.
Adrienne Boswell at Home
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