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I'm thinking of inserting a line of JS on many of a site's pages, which script would hide the answers to quiz questions
I don't want to use JS if doing so will render the quiz useless
For example, the answer button could submit a form that results in the server regenerating the page with the answer shown. A different alternative might be to just use CSS to position the answers far down the page, requiring the user to scroll down to see the answer.
I think the number is somewhere around 1%.
I don't think public terminals normally block js. It would break too many sites. They probably can't even block cookies; at most they might wipe them all at shutdown.
In the instant case above ordinary HTML and CSS will do the same thing... ie. no JS required.