Originally Posted by tangoforce
No business? Sheesh, if you have that attitude as a webmaster then good luck!
As for the second part, it's quite common for companies to disable JS on their browsers to stop their company networks being hit with drive by downloads.
But hey, they've got no business doing that right?
That's not my attitude, it's the people who run the website's attitude. Their site won't work without it, what are you doing on a site that isn't working. And a company can require that someone not mess with the JS settings on their company issued machines. Me, I'm just throwing out another way that the guy can solve his problem, one known to work.