shorty114 at shorty114.net
Tue Sep 26 01:55:23 GMT 2006
I'd say it should always be possible to use whatever you're doing without
able to work without the flashy AJAX stuff (plain old pages).
On 9/25/06, Andy Staines <andy at yellowswordfish.com> wrote:
> On 11:55 PM | Mon 25 Sep 06, at 11:55 PM | 25 Sep 06, Andy
> Skelton wrote:
> > On 9/25/06, Andy Staines <andy at yellowswordfish.com> wrote:
> >> I did know this. But there are lots of hacks out there that (hidden
> >> small forms etc.,) that make the attempt and I was curious if
> >> anything was embedded deep down in the core that did this on startup.
> > What do you mean by "on startup"?
> bad phrase choice. Initialisation perhaps? I realise this is with
> every page load but I still don't know everything that's going on in
> > The original question can be answered like this: Design it so it
> > doesn't matter whether js is enabled.
> Most times it's possible but sometimes....
> > (I don't claim to be perfect in that regard. Hold your fire.)
> > Andy
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