[thelist] Notify Users with JS Disabled

Pavel Dudrenov dudrenov at gmail.com
Tue Nov 2 13:50:38 CST 2004

Uhm noscrpt tag? Maybe have a page that redirects to another page if
there is javascript, and have the redirect be handled by javascript.
This way if there is no javascript enabled nothing will happen and the
user will stay on the page that is supposed to dp the redirecting.
There you can have your msg "enable you JS, or else I'm gonna still
your beer" or whatever you want and you can make it nice and fancy

This should work fine. What solutions do youh ave to this?

On Tue, 02 Nov 2004 14:34:10 -0500, Hershel Robinson
<hershelr at netvision.net.il> 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?
> Thanks,
> Hershel
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