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[Bug 10068] Suggest making noscript obsolete but conforming

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--- Comment #48 from Benjamin Hawkes-Lewis <bhawkeslewis@googlemail.com>  2010-08-23 22:42:24 ---
(In reply to comment #43)
> A common pattern in web analytics is to insert a tracking pixel gathering
> information only available to JS (such as whether a browser has Flash
> available) with a "script" element, but fall back to a less informative pixel
> with "noscript". For example, Google Analytics uses this pattern.

Correction, I got confused. Google Conversion Tracking does use this pattern
but
Analytics just uses a "script" with no fallback.

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