On 17/04/2010 23:13, tedd wrote:
At 11:43 AM +0200 4/17/10, Michiel Sikma wrote:
By having regular content and overriding it with Javascript


It's probably best that you use the term "progressive enhancement" rather than "overriding".

The point being is that you have a site that delivers it's content for those with javascript turned off and those who have javascript turned on, can enjoy an "enhanced" version of the presentation, but not have something provided that other's can't get.

Cheers,

tedd
I agree.
Now that i know what to do, the end result will be displaying exactlly the same content and look regardless if JS is on or off.


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