When I press tab, I expect to be able to navigation around the page with keyboard navigation. Instead, the search bar comes into focus when I press tab, regardless of how many times I try pressing tab again.
Is there a way to disable the JS capturing tab (and other keys) apart from not loading the entire JS file? This breaks keyboard accessibility for users on my site.
Use the tab key to navigate through interactive elements on a web page.
Search bar comes into focus.
Steps to reproduce the bug
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Keyboard accessibility is a long standing thing I wanted to optimize, but I never had the time. If you come up with a good concept, I'm happy to integrate it. The problem is that the
Secondly, when there are search results, Tab is mapped to Key Down while Shift+ Tab is mapped to Key Up and it wraps at the end of the search results.
How would you handle that and what is the order in which you would expect it to go through the page?
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