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From Tony Baity <tonyba...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: [OT] JavaScript
Date Thu, 26 Sep 2002 12:58:26 GMT

<NOSCRIPT>Please turn javascript back on</NOSCRIPT> 


 "Galbreath, Mark" wrote:My favorite is the website that requires a login and password written
with
JavaScript on the same HTML/JSP page. Doh!

-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Hill [mailto:andrew.david.hill@gridnode.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2002 11:00 PM

ROFL!

-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Banks [mailto:SDBANKS@vac-acc.gc.ca]
Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2002 19:54

I have found web sites that use javascript for security. Noticed it when
trying to access a page. Turned off javascript, no more security.

>>> "Andrew Hill" 09/24/02 11:16AM >>>
Id be dead without JS, and I think people would be silly to disable it, but
cookies is another matter. I can understand folk disabling those...

-----Original Message-----
From: Eddie Bush [mailto:ekbush@swbell.net]
Sent: Tuesday, September 24, 2002 22:10

Yes, it does! I can vouch for it! I personally know two (highly
educated) people that refuse to allow them. They are ignorant about
them, of course, but that doesn't change the fact that people *do*
disable cookies/JavaScript!

Now, if I know two people, then how many more people are there "out
there" that are doing this? Sorry to disagree - I view it as a "fact of
life". Having said that though, I don't not use JavaScript because of
it. That's yet another opportunity to control things - it certainly
does have applicability.

Galbreath, Mark wrote:

>Ahhh yes, the bane of web app developers! I solved this problem with
>JavaScript and cookies - no browser back operations allowed!
>
>And spare me the "what if JavaScript is turned off" noise - it just doesn't
>happen in the REAL world.
>
>Mark
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Andrew Hill [mailto:andrew.david.hill@gridnode.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, September 24, 2002 3:02 AM
>
>(Incidentally, using the browsers back button in such a case results in a
>rather bad case of server state confusion!)
>

--
Eddie Bush

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