By: Detlef Beyer | Asked: 07/26/2023
ForumsCategory: How-totabindex="-1"
Detlef BeyerDetlef Beyer asked 9 months ago
is there a way to add a tabindex="-1" attribute to the readonly fields of a form? I don't want them to be selected when using the TAB key on the keyboard. Thanks!
Rob LeVineRob LeVine replied 9 months ago

You can do it via jQuery.

Detlef BeyerDetlef Beyer replied 9 months ago

yes - I can even build the forms without using any PlugIn... 😉

If there is an "readonly" option and formidableforms claims to generate accessible forms, the tabindex and an aria-readonly attribute should be part of the generated code. I was looking for this option in the UI of the plugin 🙁

Walter JonesWalter Jones replied 9 months ago

No need to be a smart-ass, we are community volunteers, Rob was giving you a suggestion. We work within the scope of the plugin. No there is not something in the UI, but you are welcome to provide a suggestion to Strategy 11.

Detlef BeyerDetlef Beyer replied 9 months ago

oh - sorry - I didn't understand "You can do it via jQuery" as serious help - my mistake.

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