Dont know if you understand German, but here its more concrete: http://www.darw.de/statistik/
(the numbers come from php.net, google.de, mysql.com, w3c.org )
Basically, you see the result of last 150 to 200k User Agents that accessed these sites, from wich about 15 to 25 % have JS completely disabled, 35 to 55% sometimes disabled....
and to the old browsers: yes, we have to support them, at least at a low level (e.g.: Fallback solutions is a have to) , as long as you want to do more than play with the web (e.g.: earn money) and JS has another problem: its a pain for handicapped people (e.g.: blind)
the web was made for anyone, not just some tecchies...
Von: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Im Auftrag von Igor Vaynberg
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 30. August 2006 20:55
doesnt mean we have to support those users does it? by the same argument we then cannot use css because those browsers dont support it, and can only use html 3. those browsers prob run on computers that have max resolution of 640x480 - is that how you design your websites?
btw: i myself prefer browsing with JS deactivated as i hate popups like many others i know....
thats your personal choice, personally i really like ajaxified gmail.
further the usecases for checkboxes like this usually entail a lot of data on the form like a tree - so yeah it might suck to have it submit every timeunsure if this is really realistic...
we havent heard the usecase - so how can you be unsure or sure? notice i said _usually_ in my sentence which made it a hypothetical.
not to mention form submits reset the page's scroll position most of the time, so if the user has to scroll to get to the checkbox it will get really annoyinguse a anchor
anchors do not preserve the vertical scroll offset, browsers always put the anchors as close to the top as possible.
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