On Fri, 14 Jun 2002, Justin French wrote:
> on 14/06/02 12:45 PM, Manuel Lemos ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
>> I prefer to leave the less-than-0-dot-5-percent-non-Javascript-browser
>> users fixing the address that had @ replaced.
> I agree.  And in the case of a user site like yours, and email form isn't
> really an option.
> But on a site with 100,000 users, isn't that 500 pissed off users -- and
> worse still, users with javascript turned off, or archaic browsers, or text
> to speech user agents, or whatever non-JS reason, they may not be entirely
> clued-up as to what went wrong.
> Then again, it would depend on the target market.

If you're doing the site for the US government, you're (thank goodness) 
required by law to make sure it works without JavaScript.


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