Re: Keyboard input in a <table> element

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Re: Keyboard input in a <table> element

Jure Erznoznik-2
> The standard doesn't agree with implementations; not that uncommon.  ;)
> We support the tabindex attribute (NOT the style property) on all HTML
> elements.

Thanks, this solves the problem for me :)
Mucho good ;)

Regards,
    Jure

"Boris Zbarsky" <[hidden email]> wrote in message
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> Jure Erznoznik wrote:
>> OK, tried to implement it the way suggested, but i don't really see how
>> this can work. table element does not support tabindex property by
>> standard.
>> Standard only defines input elements and links as objects that support
>> this property :(.
>
> The standard doesn't agree with implementations; not that uncommon.  ;)
> We support the tabindex attribute (NOT the style property) on all HTML
> elements.
>
>> There is no error reported for tabindex property, which (i assume) means
>> that the control gets focused.
>
> Er... There should be an error reported.
>
>> There is still the issue of  -moz-user-input: enabled;, which still does
>> not work.
>
> NO idea on that...
>
>>> Any CSS that affects focus behavior is pretty much broken-by-design,
>>> given the :focus selector...
>> I don't really understand what you mean here.
>
> Say you have a property that enables something to be focusable.
>  Like -moz-user-focus.  Say you have the style:
>
>   a { -moz-user-focus: normal; }
>   a:focus { -moz-user-focus: none; }
>
> Is the "a" focusable?
>
> -Boris


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