Implement Keypress Navigation using jQuery

Bedrich Rios at has put together a tutorial for creating keypress navigation using the jQuery JavaScript library. A keypress navigation, if implemented well, can increase usability of your web applications and sites. Basically, you create a way for users to navigate through your site [or part of it] without the use of their mouse. This has long been possible/common with rich desktop applications, but usually isn't implemented in many of today's web applications.

Bedrich's 8 step tutorial will have you creating keypress navigations in no time. Check out the demo if you want to get a taste. For the 8 course meal, visit How to Create A Keypress Navigation Using jQuery

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