per a newsgroup post, I'm using onfocus="form.typenextfieldnamehere.focus()"...

<form name="orderdetail:>
<input type="text" name="calculateprice" size="10" onfocus="orderdetail.visa.focus()">
<input type="checkbox" name="visa" value="yes">Visa</font>
</form>


If the next field is a checkbox/radiobutton, the text in
the calculateprice stays selected and I can even actually
enter the field.

How would I keep the user from being able to set focus
to the calculateprice text field and still set focus instead
to the visa checkbox?

Is this possible with checkboxes/radiobuttons?

I've already tried changing it to a radiobutton and using this:
onfocus="orderdetail.paymenttype[0].focus()" and get the same
result...