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Re: Noscript equivalent for clearing default text input values

From: Jim Ley <jim.ley@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2005 17:51:17 +0000
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On 12/7/05, Julian Scarlett <Julian.Scarlett@eden.gov.uk> wrote:
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> > Ah, perhaps I wasn't clear enough. I was trying to say that
> > if JavaScript degrades gracefully, then you shouldn't need to
> > mention it at all. No, <noscript>, just nothing.
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> Forgive my ignorance but I rarely use client-side scripting so it's not been an issue for me before but doesn't the lack of <noscript> go against WCAG1 checkpoints? I've always been under the impression that <noscript> was required for all javascript but maybe not so long as it's device independent. Yes/no?
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