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My application uses client side java scripting ,i want to inform client if javascript is disabled Pls help how can i know that browser has disabled javascript? Thanks..
 
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For checking at client side, take a look at the <noscript> tag.
 
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Originally posted by viaks naik:
Pls help how can i know that browser has disabled javascript?



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