IE Tab Index Problem <>

IE Tab Index Problem <>

Post by Ted » Thu, 29 Nov 2007 00:38:11

PROBLEM REASON: I think the IE GUI automatically has its own controls set with their tabindex=o

SOLUTION: Have all your tab indexes set higher than zero (0). E.g FirstItem tabindex=1, SecondItem tabindex=2, ...

Then on page load do this: FirstItem.focus()

EXPLANATION: Setting focus to start with a control item with tabindex number higher than the values of IE GUI controls ignors such stops at url bars etc.

I hope this helps.

~Ted Atogwe

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