Make an intuitive order focusable and defined in markup

Comparison of a focus order that goes up to down, left to right (accessible) vs. a random order (inaccessible)
Image description: Accessible vs. inaccessible comparison of an intuitive focus order. Both depict an online form with the following labels and user input: "Street address, 123 Square Street. City, Square City. State, SQ (dropdown arrow). Zip code, 2416256." There are light blue number labels that represent the focus order. In the accessible example, the order goes top to bottom, left to right. In the not accessible example, it goes randomly and out of order.

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