[FX.php List] [off] Determining if client has Javascript enabled

Bob Patin bob at patin.com
Tue Sep 10 09:21:28 MDT 2013

Well, on some of the sites the nav is also inserted using JQuery so they can't go anywhere without Javascript--but on other ones they can just go to some static info pages that don't do much other than show some information, so it's not a problem if they were to venture into the site.

In fact, without Javascript and JQuery, they can't get to any of the web app content anyway, since they're only loaded via JQuery and not accessible any other way (unless they were to start guessing some page names, which is unlikely).


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On Sep 10, 2013, at 10:16 AM, Dale Bengston <dale.bengston at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Bob,
> If JavaScript is required, you could use jQuery to disable the site nav at the home page level so users can't click deeper into the site and get themselves into a pickle.
> Dale

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