True, but you need to be designing your page around that problem,  
embracing those people if you can, and then make it all purtiful with  
JS. This has the benefit of making your page more Google-friendly, not  
less. I also find it tends to make your page much easier to debug on  
the JS side.


On Dec 2, 2008, at 8:50 AM, Alex Mcauley wrote:

> Unfortunately for people with no javascript this will not degrade  
> very well

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