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Tsoy
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I currently developing a template with advanced features. And some of them rely on javascript (Yes yes yes VERY BAD PRACTICE). Without js the layout is usable, but little bit broken. Did you support 100% nonjs layouts, or it’s dated method??? Did I have to spend extra days to write nojs css fallback?

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pixelgrade
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Nowadays very few things work work with js disabled (I can’t understand why would people do that). So I wouldn’t worry too much about that. I prefer to give the best experience to 99% of users than to compromise for the rest of 1%.

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I prefer to keep a general functionality compatible with nojavascript mode, however I didn’t think it’s an important thing. If user has disabled JS on his browser he must to be ready for some possible problems with websites.

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