On 06/14/2002 01:25 AM, Analysis & Solutions wrote:
>>>I'd be interested in seeing this data proven. I'm not being sarcastic --
>>>I'm genuinely interested.
> Just because they have a browser that can handle JS doesn't mean they have
> it turned on.
> My target audience is the folks who are smart enough to keep JS turned
And what is the percentage of users that intentionallu disable
> I keep JS off my sites because I want them to be universally accessible.
This is a nice theory but in practice you can benefit a lot of
> Considering there's very little Java'sCrap does that can't be done server
> side, there's very little reason to use it.
should always do it on the server side, but if you also do it on the
and patience of the user that has to wait for the server to tell him
that something is wrong in the form.
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