On 16 April 2010 13:54, Ashley Sheridan <a...@ashleysheridan.co.uk> wrote:
> On Fri, 2010-04-16 at 12:50 +0100, Paulo-WORK wrote:
>> Hello and thanks for any replies that this message may get.
>> I have a issue to solve regarding PHP.
>> My website relies heavlly  on jquery and does not dowgrade properly.
>> I use codeigniter framework as this website has a backend .
>> Is it possible to detect if js is on with php?
>> And if so can it be set into a variable?
>> Paulo Carvalho
> Nope, Javascript is on the client side and PHP is on the server. The
> server has very little knowledge of the client, and what information is
> sent (browser type, etc) can't be relied upon because browsers are
> capable of lying about what they are (in order to make themselves appear
> as IE for example)
> JQuery should allow the site to fail gracefully into a non-Javascript
> version, because of the way the framework is built.
> If this is something that you cannot easily do, why don't you just have
> PHP output some sort of default message that the site does not work
> without Javascript and use CSS to hide the rest of the site that
> requires script. Then, in JQuery, it's simple to hide the message and
> show the site with a couple of lines of code.

Or use the <noscript> tag

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