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Thread: [RESOLVED] Forms Tabbing Skips Radio Buttons

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    resolved [RESOLVED] Forms Tabbing Skips Radio Buttons

    Hi there,

    New at the form coding stuff. Working on forms that have
    text input and radio buttons. The tab indexing skips the radio
    buttons, and my client and I need to know if I can fix this or
    if it is something that can't be done.

    If I can fix it, how is that done?

    Page to look at is:
    http://www.boisestate.edu/extendedst...-newclass.html

    Thanks.

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    Use tabindex

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    Doesn't skip for me...what browser?

    EDIT: Haha, perhaps that's because you already fixed it....sorry about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aj_nsc View Post
    Doesn't skip for me...what browser?

    EDIT: Haha, perhaps that's because you already fixed it....sorry about that.
    Thanks for responding.
    I haven't done anything to fix it, yet.
    The browsers I've been checking it in are Firefox and Safari on the Mac platform and IE on PC.

    I've used tabindex all over in it, as yamaharuss said. It still, for me,
    skips the radio buttons.
    Last edited by jerb; 04-08-2009 at 07:27 PM. Reason: Oops - I reset a preference in Safari and got most of the buttons to work.

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    I'm using FF and it works for me.

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    Doesn't skip them using IE7, FF3, Safari 4, Opera on PC.

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    Seems that FF on the Mac is currently the only issue.
    The others are working now.

    Thanks everyone, for checking and confirming.

    I'll toy around with FF on Mac. Could be a preferences setting, too.

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