- BRINGING IN SEPARATE PARAGRAPHS FROM WORD
- FOCUS YOUR ATTENTION RIGHT HERE
- WATCH OUT FOR KILLER OCTOTHORPES
- HEADING THIS WAY
- RESCALING AN IMAGE IN DREAMWEAVER
- QUICKLY CLEARING A PAG
- FINDING YOUR ASSETS IN A DARK ROOM (WITHOUT A FLASHLIGHT)
- EVERYBODY, COME ON AND DO DA COMBO, MON!
- CLOWNS TO THE LEFT OF ME, JOKERS TO THE RIGHT...
- ZIPPY FORM ORGANIZATION WITH THE FIELDSET TAG
- WHERE, OH, WHERE HAVE MY WINDOW SIZES GONE?
- STAYING IN GOOD FORM
- PLAYING NICE WITH THE INSERT BAR
- "A" IS FOR ACCESSIBLE APPLETS
- MULTIPLYING RADIO BUTTONS
- FANCY-SCHMANCY FORM BUTTONS
- BUTTON, BUTTON, WHO'S GOT THE BUTTON?
- ANCHORS AWAY
- BYE, BYE HELPER TEXT
- THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT
- TRANSFERING SITES
- NO MORE BROKEN LINKS
- VIEW AS ROOT
- INITIALLY SELECTED VALUE
- REQUIRING INPUT
FOCUS YOUR ATTENTION RIGHT HERE
Replace theFormName with the exact name of your form and theFieldName with the exact name of the field in which you want the cursor to be positioned when the page loads. When I say exact, I mean it; make sure the casing is identical.
By the way, if an onload event is already present, you should add only the portion between the quotes and not a second onload attribute. Remember that functions must be separated by a semicolon, so if you put this at the start of an existing onload event you should be just fine.