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    A coworker of mine told me that I need to make a workaround for people who have Javascript disabled in their browsers.

    This sounds like a pain, do I have to do it? I felt it wasnt a big enough issue but he is making a major deal out of it and time is pushing close to launch... any input on this?

    Thanks!

    Parveen

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    Parveen,

    Without knowing what the JavaScript you're using does, it's difficult to say whether a work-around is justified for those with scripting disabled.

    Generally speaking, though, you can enclose content to be displayed by non-scripting (or scripting-disabled) browsers in <NOSCRIPT> tags:

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">code/font><HR><pre>&lt;NOSCRIPT&gt;
    &lt;P&gt;This will only be visible to browsers without scripting capabilities, or with scripting disabled.&lt;/P&gt;
    &lt;/NOSCRIPT&gt;[/code]


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