I want my text boxes have the feature that every time  users press enter, it will focus to next closest element whatsoever they are(input, checkbox, button, radio, select, a, div) as long as they can be focused. How can I do that using jquery?...
Situation:  I have a webpage which opens modal windows (light boxes) which contain forms where the user can input data. Users generally navigate using the keyboard, tabbing from one field to the next.  Problem:  When a modal window opens, only the wi...
Using jquery or javascript, how can I find the input element in the DOM that has a particular tabindex set to it, eg.  <input id="txtInput" type="text" maxlength="5" tabindex="7">   I would want this element retu...
Let's say I have a document full of focusable elements, either because they are innately focusable (like <input type="text">) or because they have tabindex="0" or the like.  Now let's say there's a section of my docu...
I have a form with many fields and I have given every single input, select and button a tabindex number. That works, but I'd like to do it programatically.  The default tabindex order isn't correct because i have a two-column layout with grou...
I am searching for a way to dynamically create a tabindex for each element in my React application. There are multiple components containing input elements I want to create a tabindex for and I am not sure how to coordinate them and avoid collision....
How do I find the TabIndex property of the control who has the active focus at runtime. I am using UlitmateEditor(Text Editor) i.e User Control , so i want focus inside the body of that Editor....
I use react and react-modal to create an overlay over a website. This overlay contains various elements and also a form (overview below). I want to be able to guide the user through the form using TAB keys. I assigned tabindex=0 to the required eleme...
I'm trying to control my forms and how the user interacts with them via the form elements' tabindex property. All of my elements have tabindex specified, and I want this value to be respected and used properly.  I'm currently developing o...
When I trigger a blur event on an input, button or select element chrome and firefox keep the current tabindex. If I press tab again after the blur event fired, the browser will focus the next input correctly.  IE11 however loses the tabindex complet...

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