On 4/17/05, designer [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Lets keep some reality on this - most web users have never even heard of
> counter from statcounter.com a few months back and their reports on my
> projects show that several thousand users have ALL had it turned on. Yes
> folks, 100%! OK, I don't know how reliable the figures are, but I can
> believe it.
> Does anybody <em>really </em>know?
> Sorry if this is OT, but it IS relevant to many of us.
> Bob McClelland,
> Cornwall (U.K.)
disable it. Yet, if you want an accesible web site ... you should
Anyway, even if I want JS in my site I don't avoid using it. Why? I'm
making it to not be necesary (compulsory). I keep the site working
even if JS is disabled. Yes, it can be done. Yes, even if you use JS
for something important ... like navigation bar.
Same goes with Flash (and other plugins) and frames. For that matter,
same goes with CSS.
I call it "graceful downgrade".
If the browser has no CSS support, it can still show the page properly
if I use a good structure for the page and good tags. Valid code with
If the browser has no Flash and/or no frames .. no problem: the HTML 4
was made to allow (near perfect) graceful downgrade of pages.
I know making such sites takes more time and dedication (also,
probably, there's a learning curve associated with this, for some)
As for rounded corners, here's what I found really useful when I made my site:
That's a page which actually lists a few links to pages with tutorials
on how to make boxes with rounded corners.
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