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You can’t. You can use the `noscript` tag to have something else show up though.
Is this the only way to deal with this issue?
That’s not very nice to do but you can with noscript
Why do it with no script she you can use css
When JS is off you mission is not to tell them what they already know. Your mission is to make it gracefully degrade. In other words work without the bells and whistles
@joshuanhibbert I don’t believe I am. I think using css is better
@Eric You realise that ‘style sheet’ and CSS are the same thing?
I don’t know, do you realize that you use toilet paper to wipe your ass? Yes I realize.
@Eric I’m not trying to be facetious, you just seem to arguing for the sake of it:
You and I are essentially talking about the same thing; using CSS as a fallback. I’m simply recommending that you take advantage of the noscript element to do so.
@Eric, how can you do this with css:
That’s what @vin308 was asking right?
@josh ok no worries. @EkingRDL I posted how in the link above about 10 posts ago. :)
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