re: Should browsers still allow users to disable JavaScript? VIEW POST


I firmly agree the consumer should be allowed to disable whatever they want.

But please understand, from my perspective as a one-dev shop at a nonprofit, I can't be all things to all people. I wish I could. But it's just not possible. So, when I build a JS-dependent page, it gets a noscript saying, "Sorry. Wish we could do better but we don't have the resources."

Does that suck? Kinda. Am I ok with it? Totally.


Hi, actually that's far better message than saying 'please enable Javascript' you are doing good


Have you considered how it might be cheaper to write a website with a progressive enhancement mindset instead? (obviously depends a lot on what you're building)

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