tabIndex property of the
HTMLElement interface represents the tab order of the current element.
Tab order is as follows:
- Elements with a positive
tabIndex. Elements that have identical
tabIndexvalues should be navigated in the order they appear. Navigation proceeds from the lowest
tabIndexto the highest
- Elements that do not support the
tabIndexattribute or support it and assign
0, in the order they appear.
Elements that are disabled do not participate in the tabbing order.
Values don't need to be sequential, nor must they begin with any particular value. They may even be negative, though each browser trims very large values.
element.tabIndex = index; var index = element.tabIndex;
index is an integer
const b1 = document.getElementById('button1'); b1.tabIndex = 1;
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