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JQuery and site loading

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10-08-2009, 09:50 PM
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Hey guys,

I have a question. My site is currently using JQuery to make it fade in when someone goes to the site. I like the effect but my concern is that if someone had Javascript off, then my site won't show up at all.

Is there a way to have it do all the nifty jquery things when the javascript is on but detect when the javascript is turned off on the browser and either give them an alert that says that their javascript is turned off or lets the browser bypass the javascript all together and render the page as if there isn't an jquery in the site?

I hope this make sense.

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Hmmmm i think you can easy add function with checker if JS is turned on.
You can do it with PHP cookies (client need to enter site 2 times at first), checking in DOCTYPE (not too good for SEO) or again with PHP with JavaScriptOn command or the most simple <noscript>Turn on your JS</noscript> should be loaded when java isn`t on.

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Just use the noscript tag.

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Code:
<noscript>
JavaScript is turned off in your web browser.
To use this site properly, turn it on in your browser preferences, then refresh the page.
</noscript>

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You can use the noscript tag. Or do what I do, whatever element you are fading in. Set it to display block in your css from the begining and then in your first line of jQuery code use this:

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$(function(){

$('#elementid').css({display: "none"});

//add the animation for it's opacity or it's display or whatever
});

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