It's a clumsy solution but will save a lot of weird looping but why not give all the form elements a class name and use that in the selector?
On Jan 5, 3:17 pm, Tony Andrews <tony.andrew...@googlemail.com> wrote: > I have already posted a question about this on StackOverflow here > (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2006432/finding-the-first- > focusable-item-of-any-type-within-a-div) so I won't repeat the whole > thing. My issue is that I want to select the first form item of any > type (input, select etc.) within a div. When I try $('mydiv').select > ('input', 'select') for example, it returns all the inputs, then all > the selects. So the first item it returns is not necessarily the > first item in document order: if the first item is a select and the > scond is an input, it will return the second item first. Any ideas?
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