Posts Tagged ‘XHTML’

Detect if JavaScript is enabled, jump if no JS + W3C validator

A lot of people – fear of viruses, browser bugs, adverts … – simply turn off the JavaScript function of web browsers.  This is a very great problem for today’s dynamic web pages or web applications, because in this case they could become completely ineffective. The user doesn’t think of he/she turned off  JavaScript, but rather blame the producer of the page. This method gives a solution for this. Redirect the user to a static page where we can explain why it is wrong to turn off the JavaScript :-)

What we want to achieve

  • We want to ensure, when JavaScript is turned off, redirect the browser to a static page or to an error page.
  • We would like to keep the XHTML compatibility
  • Work in all popular browser (Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, 6-7-8, Opera, Safari, Google Chrome)

I’ve never seen a solution posted anywhere like this, it’s my own idea. It’s a dirty hack, but it works :-)

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