Originally Posted by rnd me
.....unless you still use xhtml or html4 (yikes) you can use noscript as you expect and validate.
What's wrong with html4? It's still the latest standard. html5 is still in development and will be for quite a few years yet. So why use a currently half baked html5 standard which may be different when it is finalised years down the track to what it is now. Consequently, browser support for it is currently patchy at best and it's amazing how many noobies come wandering into forums dragging their brand new shiny html5 code behind them wondering why it doesn't work in all browsers
. Gee willackers.....
...it's probably got something to do with the fact html5 is only half baked atm and has a long way to go before it is even close to finished and ready to be used with reliability on live commercial websites.
But this is another issue and has been discussed countless times elsewhere