[thelist] Notify Users with JS Disabled

Norman Bunn norman.bunn at craftedsolutions.com
Tue Nov 2 13:48:45 CST 2004

It's low tech, but what about some HTML in some <noscript></noscript> tags?


Norman W. Bunn
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Hershel Robinson wrote:

>I work on a site which is available only to our paid clients and is Windows
>MSIE 6 only and requires users to have JavaScript enabled. All of our
>clients understand this and accept it.
>There exists the possibility, however, that one day one will inadvertently
>disable JS. This causes us problems.
>We are looking for a 'friendly' way of notifying users that JavaScript is
>disabled on their browser and they need to fix this before proceeding.
>I have a few solutions but none of them seem ideal.
>Do people have any good suggestions?

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