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Re: javascript and the engines
From Wayne on 01 September '98
adding to Re: javascript and the engines posted by Max

>>You're kidding, not even for me...

> Not for anybody. I've had computers crash out from under me
>by accidentally bad scripts that I don't want to risk the truly
>malicious ones.

>>Maybe some kind of merit service award or something that certifies you as
>>a straight shooter, no gimmicks, no games, just a nice clean site is in order.
> That's all the typical user really wants ... a fast, easy to use site
>with no gimmicks. The rest is just the web-oneupsmanship and marketeers
>falling for the gimmicks.

So, the question, to Java or not? I like some of the stuff that you can
do with it that, I think anyway, makes a site more interesting. Rollovers,
rotating banners, slide shows, pop-up windows etc. A disclaimer on the
index page sounds funky and unattractive as does something saying "Javascript
in use, we promise no funny stuff... Any ideas?


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