Until now I mentioned "no js" in the footer, but "sans-js" / "sans-script" looks like a term that's more likely to stick.
@humanetech well, yes, that's the point. Script can be general. With WASM, it seems even more sensible to talk about "Scripts" in a general sens.
fwiw i think both are valid and complementary approaches.
@petrichor I was referring mostly to the first, but indeed both are valid.
If you use JS to spice up a page, then ensuring there's proper fallback for those who blocked it should be part of the best-practiced that is being followed.
No JS is more confusing as to what it means. Sans Script is also not perfect, but that is also more of a 'branding' issue. People'll familiarize..
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