So this is somehow a predicted behaviour. Do you think supporting disabled JS on websites is nowadays still required?
Yes, it is - it even is more than ever before, because of increased malvertising.
A website that does not display text or images properly if you don't allow its creator to run code on your computer is broken.
Ok, thanks for your explanation. I understand your point and I add it to my Todo list but currently with a lower priority .
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