jsfmp at earthlink.net
Tue Sep 10 14:26:59 MDT 2013
I think you're doing it basically right by having the default pageload be for non-JS clients, and then have JS pull in your other content. And you might try to have jQuery *quickly* hide/remove the non-JS message, even if the actual content may take a bit longer to load.
On Sep 10, 2013, at 8:12 AM, Bob Patin wrote:
> After trying a few and not getting a single one to work as promised, I finally just resorted to a simple method, but I'm wondering what others of you use:
> When using JQuery, I always load my index page with the first contents that the user will see, whether it's a login form or perhaps some greetings text.
> So since JQuery is loading this when the visitor first arrives, I simply load my content DIV (where my content swaps out in the app) with a message like
> It works fine, since the text never gets swapped out if JQuery fails to function, but I'm wondering if any of you have a better, more elegant method; using my method, the user sees the error msg. for a moment until the JQ loads the appropriate content...
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