lucy24 - 3:17 am on Jan 22, 2013 (gmt 0)
remember that JS is turned off on a lot of browsers
Especially ::cough-cough:: browsers belonging to WebmasterWorld members ;)
The js in this directory is Added Value: if you've got certain specific fonts installed, you get a fancier version of the headers, or the text of a few footnotes changes. On the one page where js is required, the page says so. And even there I've got a simplified backup function that provides some of the same information.*
* It also tells me-- recent accidental discovery-- that Camino handles font names in a different way from all my other browsers. One of these days I will investigate further. Fortunately the difference only manifests itself when applied to an extremely obscure UCAS legacy font. And it's much less annoying than Opera, which also handles fonts in a manner all its own.