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campolar says
Unfortunately, it turned out that IE also has the option to disable javascript ( or Active scripting, as it calls it :D ). So you can have the scenario IE7 without javascript. :S

Like i said in my first post, normal users don’t disable JS. And specially in IE, its hard to find because its called “active scripting” and not plain javascript.

Secondly, anyone who does disable JS on IE, knows what their doing and why. So they are probably a developer or someone :)

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Stevend says

I dont know a good reason why any one, designers or normal user would disable javascript, in this time of year javascript is one of the most used script beside any others.

Almost every website has something that only can be used or work with jQuery

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