Use of Javascript

Discussion in 'HTML and CSS' started by cs01rsw, Sep 27, 2006.

  1. cs01rsw

    cs01rsw

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    Hi, i am new to html and javascript. I have heard somewhere that 10%-15% of people do not have javascript enabled on their browsers.

    Is it feasible within an internet application to say to users that a requirement of using the software is to have their javascript enabled?

    also, what if there are several features of the application that need to be developed using javascript, and if they dont have it then of course they wont work. Is there another way around it or is this one of the many complexities facing internet programmers?

    just out of interest, why would some people have their javascrip disabled, is this maybe because of viruses etc...

    thanks for any help you can provide me
     
    cs01rsw, Sep 27, 2006
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