I'we got some questions about making sites to work even if JS is disabled/blocked.
- Is it possible to change input type? If JS is enabled, you could change all submits to buttons (using jQuery or something?), and if JS is blocked, those stays as submits and goes through PHP validation.
- If form submit button has JS on it, can you block submit? So it would just go through JS and doesn't refresh whole page. If JS is blocked, it again would work as normal.
- Third option what i thought was hidden submit inputs. If JS isn't blocked, it would show hidden buttons, but if JS is blocked it shows submits.
So many ways to handle this thing, but what is the best and working way?
For navigation, the best strategy from a usability and SEO standpoint is to do the entire menu hard coded using CSS to style it with indents, etc. Then use JS to overwrite the CSS locally and toggle the display and/or visibility attributes in CSS to make menus accordion or fly out/down as desired.
That way the menu fails totally gracefully when JS is disabled.
That is not possible in this case. The form is on a Yahoo Store. There is no active language available on the Store server. The query language, RTML, runs only at publish after a store owner has updated the database and reviewed all the changes on pages RTML produces in the back office.
Last edited by ETpro; 04-11-2010 at 02:44 PM.
A classic example would be local banks in Singapore all uses Java Applet for the login page, so if you want to do internet banking, you got to install and enable Java isn't it ? I call such design as 'implicitly' forcing users to install and turn on Java.
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