Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Re: Performance impact of Focus panel with no handlers?

Ah, thanks. Good to know.
What about all those little hidden <input tags, also negligible?

Hm yeah well that carries some overhead if you don't need access key support for your focus panels. But if you need access key support then it is kind of a requirement in most browsers as you normally can not assign an access key to a div element.

In HTML5 the accesskey property is allowed on any element not just a, button, various inputs. But I don't know how well browsers already support that. But in the future that input hack might go away for HTML5 compliant browsers.

-- J.

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