I'm the DW guy for the writers' group I belong to, although I'm not terribly proficient. I created a registration form for this years' writers' conference, and got it working fairly well. However, when a user clicks a radio button beside the session he or she wants to attend, the cursor jumps back up to the first field in the form. I used tabindex to make sure the text fields worked correctly; do I have to do the same for the radio buttons? That seems counterintuitive. At any rate, I need help. I'm using CS3.
Here's the page in question:
Remove all those tab indexes. The form fails to work at all with a mouse.
Review HTML forms
Also, fix your code errors.
Thanks. I took out all the tabindexes, and the demographic part of the form works, but the cursor still jumps back to the first field in the form when a radio button is clicked. Is there an onclick property I need to set?
No onclick necessary. Something else is obviously wrong with your form code. Did you fix your code validation errors yet?