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03/08/2006 09:33 AM by Chris Toohey
I'm putting the finishing pieces on an article for AJAX and Domino, when one of my early-reviewers brought up an interesting point:
I place the following in the HTML Head Content (inside the
<head> tag for you web-heads out there that, like me,
hand-write your own DHTML!):
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=status.html">
<noscript> tag, as per W3Schools.com is described below:
"The noscript element is used to define an alternate content (text) if a script is NOT executed.
This tag is used for browsers that recognizes the <script> tag, but does not support the script in it."
So what we're doing here is redirecting the user agent based on their
ability to recognize the
<script> tag, but failure to do
anything about it (due to, for example, the user agents lack of functionality
which you'll find in some WAP/Mobile browsers, or a very capable user agent