My retail site uses a DHTML menu at the top of the page as the main navigational system. There is also a text-only menu at the bottom of the page, but it's not the first thing that people will see. I'm seeing on the stats that about 6% of our visitors have JavaScript disabled. So, basically, I am currently crippling the navigation for 6% of the site's visitors. What am I going to do?? I also need to make sure that it doesn't take a million clicks for people to find things--thus, the DHTML menu, which makes the navigation really fast.

And I just don't have the extra time to spend developing all sorts of detection and alternate site pages. (Not to mention that I don't have that option with the shopping cart software.) But what am I going to do? Any suggestions?