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    Full Member mdbriggs is on a distinguished road
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    Post login tab order

    im not sure how complicated it would be for y'all to hook up, but it would be really convenient if you could change the tab order on the login screen to switch from the username feild to the password feild with a single tab rather than two. currently it tabs to the side link that says "whatever i forget and im already loged in" ya pickin up what im puttin down? that would be pretty sweet d00d.
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    Web Junky Matt is on a distinguished road
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    I don't think we have a spot to where we can move that link right now.

    You shouldn't have to login very often, if you use cookies (which is highly recommended because logging in every day can be a pain)

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    Full Member mdbriggs is on a distinguished road
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    eh. i hear yah, however im usually at work and clean out my comp atleast once daily. gotta love those IT guys.

    it's been a while, but i have a vague memory of some way to actually set the order in which the tab button navigates from item to item; in short being able to adjust that without moving the link.

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    Full Member mdbriggs is on a distinguished road
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    i don't know if these HTML standards apply to the way the forum is coded, but i did find what it was i remembered about HTML 4.0 standards...

    http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG10-HTML-TEC...eyboard-access

    section 11.1

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    Web Junky Matt is on a distinguished road
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    Thanks for the suggestion, check if it's good now

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    beatiful

    thats a beautiful thing. nice work with the forum btw.
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    Web Junky Matt is on a distinguished road
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    This should help a few other members as well, great suggestion.

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