How many people are missing out on JavaScript enhancement?

by Jeffrey Zeldman

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  1. You are missing the : from http:// in the bulletin link

    Tah

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  2. Fixed up, thanks Gareth!

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  3. Thank you both.

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  4. No, thank you. (Tracy)

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  5. And they say comments are on the decline.

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  6. To be honest I admire the creative mind that came up with the noscript image solution! I thought that it could be detected accurately by Google Analytics and others … seems like it’s hard than that.

    The question is, does it worth the effort to support those 1.1%? We shouldn’t stretch hardly on ourselves for a percentage like that :-)

    Man I wish I could see a percentage like that for IE < 9 collectively :-(

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  7. Depends on what you mean by support. For gov.uk they have to support as many people as possible because they are providing services to citizens. All 100% percent are important. For commercial enterprises maybe you could ask does that 1.1% make enough money for you (the answer is probably yes). One in a hundred is a lot of people.

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