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It's widely agreed that some SE won't follow links using JS, so I use HTML from the index page to all sections of the site. But I do also use a JS dropdown navagation from those second level pages, in addition to HTML links. Also I rely heavily on optional JS pop-ups to add additional info relating to page subject matter.
And what would be the point of disabling browser JS anyway?
(edited by: keyplyr at 4:05 am (utc) on Jan. 29, 2002)
They may not be able to access the information. Also, if you use a lot of JS menus, be sure to also include text links for those people using keyboard navigation.
This makes your site more accessible to people with disabilities AND people using PDA's and other new technologies.