<HTML><BODY><BR><FORM 2;<BR><INPUT Value="try to focus here" onFocus="this.form.RB.focus();"><BR><P><BR><INPUT Type=Radio Name=RB Value=1> one<BR><INPUT Type=Radio Name=RB Value=2> two gets focus from text<BR><INPUT Type=Radio Name=RB Value=3> three<BR></FORM><BR></BODY></HTML><BR><BR>Try that. Try to click on the text field. The focus gets moved, you just can't see where. Now hit the space bar. Presto, the middle radio button gets checked.<BR><BR>The problem is that there isn't any *visual* indication of which radio button is focussed on. You'd have to use some *additional* visual cue if you wanted this to be clear.<BR><BR>
Yes, the focus does work but like you say it is the visual cue to indicate which radio button set hasn't been completed. Just to make the process simple for the user as they could be entering up to 15 duplicate enteries on one form. <BR><BR>I'll need to think up something what would be good would be to flash on each of the radios quickly then off, but I guess there is something simpler I could do instead.<BR><BR>Thanks,<BR><BR>Mazza ;)<BR><BR>Oh Bill, do you know of a way to turn off autoformating in Frontpage, when I save pages it takes out duplicate body sections and does annoying things like this. Any ideas, I could use MS Studio but all my architecture is done in Frontpage.
I'd love to use MX Studio but have the time to take all the extra bumf that FP puts in so I'll have to grin and bear it. It'd be nice to know how to switch off FP from changing the code apart from switching on my machine!!<BR><BR>Thanks Again.<BR><BR>Mazza :0