Derleek Posted June 15, 2009 Share Posted June 15, 2009 First off, let me make it clear that i am just now venturing into the AJAX interface world and i love it! Although i'm not too good at planning my scripts to be unobtrusive... although i have been keeping this in mind while I experiment. So i completely understand and agree with the principles of using unobtrusive JS/AJAX applications on a public interface/websites/whatever... What i'm wondering is for personal web development tools (that i would eventually like to offer to others), should i worry about making things unobtrusive? Also, is there a way for a user to enable JS for a specific page/website? just wondering...... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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