<noscript> tag that informs them that they are out of luck. It might read something like:
Deep inside that soft little jelly heart of the user, they feel like it actually reads:
“You suck. This site doesn’t care about you......go away.”
The core component of every site is HTML. That’s what we write and build the web on. Yes, there are other languages we use every day (CSS, JS, PHP, Ruby, Python, etc), but when you boil it down, in the end HTML is the ultimate requirement.
I don’t believe a
Jeremy Keith gave a presentation talk that inspired this post. I’ve been thinking about this for a while, but Jeremy provided the kick in the pants I needed to actually write this article. Watch his Coldfront Conference talk on Resilience on the Web (46:55). You’ll be glad you did.