Somebody asked me if it would be possible to add auto-advance to a web form where there are a lot of repetitive 5 character fields. I took a look around the web and found a script, which appears to work in the couple of browsers I tried it in. However, when I look at the script it appears to have the wrong number of brackets. Then when I changed the script to the way I thought it should be, it still worked!
A couple of questions:
Are the brackets in the original script below wrong or am I missing something?
Can anyone recommend a different auto-advance script?
Or, is auto-advancing a bad idea all around from a usability/accessibility point of view?....
Ex XMl :: "<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?><profile><title>PricelessCitiesNewYokrRegistration.</title><site></site><application></application><fields><field><label>Email</label><type>text</type></field><field><label>Password</label><type>password</type></field></fields></profile>"
And The form Should like below .
Email :: TEXTBOX Password :: TEXTBOX
When you click submit button it will take those two values and send to back end.
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