On Sun, 7 Jul 2002, Alberto Serra wrote:
> A 100% robust solution should contain both, and call PHP only if jscript 
> is not available on the client. But this is costly and requires the two 
> procedures to be realigned everytime you have some change going on. Most 
> applications can just use javascript and forget about it.

JavaScript cannot be counted on. You don't know whether it's available, 
and you don't know whether it's going to work the way you think it will. 
Any application which places a JavaScript barrier between users and the 
tasks they're trying to perform is a shoddy application indeed.


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