To properly use the “Tab” key in a Pega table, you can follow these steps:
- Ensure that each cell in the table is set up as a focusable element, either by default or by adding a
tabindexattribute with a value of “0”.
- Use the
tabindexattribute to specify the order in which cells should receive focus when the user presses the “Tab” key.
- Use the
aria-flowtoattribute to specify the elements that should receive focus after the current element.
- Test your solution thoroughly in different browsers to ensure that it works as expected.
Note: It’s important to follow accessibility best practices when using the “Tab” key in a table, such as using descriptive text for headers and allowing users to access table data through alternative means (e.g. keyboard-only navigation).
- First, you’ll need to identify the elements in the table that you want to receive focus when the user presses the “Tab” key. This could be individual cells, headers, or other elements.
- Finally, you’ll need to test your solution thoroughly in different browsers to ensure that it works as expected.
In pega table tab key is directly jump to its pagination not to the table column. How to resolve it?
To resolve the issue where the tab key directly jumps to the pagination in Pega tables instead of the table column, try the following steps:
- Check the settings of the table and its columns, particularly the sorting and pagination settings.
- Try to reset the table to its default settings and then reapply your customization.
- If you are unable to resolve the issue, you can raise a support case with Pega Support for further assistance.