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Phil You could just use the tabindex property for the HTML elements on the page. It applies to the following elements/tags: A, AREA, BUTTON, INPUT, OBJECT, SELECT, and TEXTAREA. Just assign them a value like this: <input type=text tabindex=1 name=text1> <a href='somepage.html tabindex=2> <input type=text tabindex=1152 name=text2> hope that helps Dave When the page is loaded the order will go from the 1st text box to the hyperlink to the next text box. The numbers don't have to be in order and can go from 0 to 32767.
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Thanks for the response. We tried the tabindex but it did not work in older versions of Netscape. I forgot to mention in the last post that the link is in another frame. So we set focus in one frame and when the tab button is clicked focus is sent to the top frame from the bottom frame.
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