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HTML

              
                <div>
    <button id="set-focus">Set and Trap Focus</button>
    <button id="remove-focus">Remove Focus</button>
</div>

<div id="focus-region">
    <h1 tabindex="0">Focus Trap Region</h1>
    <p>Once this region receives focus, you can no longer tab out of it; instead, the focus loops through focussable child elements.</p>
    <p>You can press `esc` to remove focus from this region, once it's been set.</p>
    <p>
        The `Set and Trap Focus` button is focused on page load to demonstrate that when focus is removed from the region, it returns to the last focussed element.</p>
    <p>Aria-roles are omitted to concentrate on the focus management functionality, but are equally crucial for better accessibility.</p>
    <button id="close">Close</button>
</div>
              
            
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CSS

              
                #focus-region {
    border: 1px solid #ccc;
    padding: 1rem;
    margin: 1rem;
}
              
            
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JS

              
                /**** 
The `focusing` module comes from 'Settings -> Javascript: Add External Javascript'
****/

var focusRegion = document.getElementById('focus-region'),
    previousFocusedElement;

function handleKeypress(e) {
    focusing.bindKeypress(true, function() {
        handleRemoveFocus();
    }, focusRegion, e);
}

function handleMaintainFocus(e) {
    focusing.maintainFocus(true, focusRegion, e);
}

function handleSetFocus(e) {
    previousFocusedElement = focusing.safeActiveElement();
    focusing.setInitialFocus(focusRegion);
    document.addEventListener('keydown', handleKeypress);
    document.body.addEventListener('focus', handleMaintainFocus, true);
}

function handleRemoveFocus(e) {
    document.removeEventListener('keydown', handleKeypress);
    document.body.removeEventListener('focus', handleMaintainFocus, true);
    focusing.removeFocus(focusRegion);
    previousFocusedElement && previousFocusedElement.focus();
}

document.getElementById('set-focus').focus();

document.getElementById('set-focus').addEventListener('click', handleSetFocus);
document.getElementById('remove-focus').addEventListener('click', handleRemoveFocus);
document.getElementById('close').addEventListener('click', handleRemoveFocus);
              
            
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