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I'm also dreaming that by inserting a link within the tags you can create an alternative to a JS re-direct; but I've just heard the alarm go off.
>is this your First Time,
lol, first time I have built a fully functioning "alternative" site with <noscript>
>and what did you use before?
Normally the sites are my own or I build them from scratch, never had the urge to use JS navigation before, just nice clean HTML.
>inserting a link within the tags you can create an alternative to a JS re-direct
Part of my thinking too, we will see.
I recieved and OK from Yahoo France (still waiting for Y! Canada Franšais) for a site using the <NOSCRIPT> tag in the java navigation menu. Still free (crossing fingers) French Y! is some kind of test for the English version.
The site uses frames, top java navigation is replaced by (rhather ugly) text columns sub menues. We also have a main page that was supposed to open product descriptions in form of pop-ups using "target_blank" in the <NOSCRIPT> tag.
The English version is sheduled to be online in 2 weeks, I have to tell the bad news [webmasterworld.com] to my client today. I will keep in touch for Y! business express decision.
Thanks for pointing out the <NOSCRIPT> alternative to JS redirect.