View Full Version : Accessible jump menu without go button
04-23-2004, 09:16 AM
I am trying to create a jump menu for a website I'm working on and do not want to use the old go button.
I've had a look on t'internet and wherever I go it refers to accessible = go button.
I'm sure someone out there know the answer to this one. Phoned Jacob but got his answering machine...
Cheers in advance - Mike Beee :thumbsup:
04-23-2004, 09:41 AM
The "go" button for accessibility was traditionally because some browsers didn't support the "onchange" event of the <select>
So there isn't another answer. You have to have a button. But you can style it to look nicer, or use <input type="image" - that's just as good (providing it has ALT text, obviously :))
04-23-2004, 10:50 AM
Ok thanks for that.
Hypothetically then, in a world where IE 6.0 is ubiquitous, is there any way that using the keyboard stokes you can select the contents of a drop down and hit enter without having the go button?
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