| 이메일 보내기만들때 tab키누르면 한칸씩 넘어가는걸 정할수 있다|
버튼에 변수를 넣고 변수.tabIndex=텝키순서 로만들어 사용할수있다
a8.onKillFocus = function (oldFocus)
if (country == "")
country = "Country";
} // End of the function
} // end if
a1.tabIndex = 1;
a2.tabIndex = 2;
a3.tabIndex = 3;
a4.tabIndex = 4;
a5.tabIndex = 5;
a6.tabIndex = 6;
a7.tabIndex = 7;
a8.tabIndex = 8;
submit_btn.tabIndex = 9;
Flash Player 6.
Property; lets you customize the tab ordering of objects in a movie. You can set the tabIndex property on a button, movie clip, or text field instance; it is undefined by default.
If any currently displayed object in the Flash movie contains a tabIndex property, automatic tab ordering is disabled, and the tab ordering is calculated from the tabIndex properties of objects in the movie. The custom tab ordering only includes objects that have tabIndex properties.
The tabIndex property may be an non-negative integer. The objects are ordered according to their tabIndex properties, in ascending order. An object with a tabIndex of 1 precedes an object with tabIndex 2. If two objects have the same tabIndex, the one that precedes the other in the tab ordering is undefined.
The custom tab ordering defined by the tabIndex property is flat. This means that no attention is paid to the hierarchical relationships of objects in the Flash movie. All objects in the Flash movie with tabIndex properties are placed in the tab order, and the tab order is determined by the order of the tabIndex values. If two objects have the same tabIndex value, the one that goes first is undefined. You shouldn't use the same tabIndex value for multiple objects.