> You are correct in your assumption of the functionality and
> unfortunately came to the same conclusion as me in that it can't be
> done.  I do like your idea of setting a cookie maybe once the page is
> loaded saving wether the browser has JS enabled.  Then my server side
> code could check that cookie on the next page request and serve up all
> the images if no JS or only the first tab's images if they have JS.
> The only other option I'm thinking of is wether I could use something
> like a <noscript /> block in an image src?  Is that valid
> semantically?
Ah yes!  I believe you can have any content in a noscript block.  Just 
keep the content to a minimum since ninety-someodd-percent people have 
javascript enabled.



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