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This work in all browsers? And is this new? I tried site searches but "tab" and "key" show up all over the place. Including a really weird misspelling of "tabke," can't figure out that one. ;)
FYI: Go to Google or just about any other web page - hit the tab key repeatedly and you will move about the page from link to link (look for the dotted 'focus rectangle') - hit the enter key and you will navigate to that link. You can actually navigate about most web pages without a mouse - just use tab and enter. (There are some additional complexities involving iframes, the tabindex attribute etc but you get the idea.)
Lynx did this in the early 90s
They didn't do what I'm talking about, they did what BigUns thought I was reporting.
Very similar in nature to the old days where people would make the font color/size different when you hovered over a link.