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so here, I prioritized the search and submit inputs with tabindex as 1 and 2 respectively.
shouldn’t this enable me to focus on them via tab before the three links (home, blog, training)?
i understand that links among some element types are automatically given keyaccess, but aren’t they still a part of the source code order, which should be overridden by positive tab index values?
thanks in advance!!!