How to deal with visitors who have JavaScript deactivated?

Hey there!
I'm working on a website project for a customer whose website visitors are likely to have javascript deacitvated.
The thing I did so far is a warning message with the noscript tag, in which I ask the visitors to turn on JS.
Is there a way to redirect visitors with deactivated JS or what is the standard procedure for these cases?

I use a WP theme that uses quit a lot of JS to display lots of its stuff... so the site looks pretty empty with JS deactivated...

thanks in advance

  • Tyler Postle

    Hey Flobrunner,

    Hope you're doing well today!

    Is there a way to redirect visitors with deactivated JS or what is the standard procedure for these cases?

    Here is a stackoverflow post that has some solutions on non-JS redirects, give it a read and see if any will work for you :slight_smile: keep in mind the original posters question may be asking a slightly different question. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2489376/how-to-redirect-if-javascript-is-disabled

    I use a WP theme that uses quit a lot of JS to display lots of its stuff... so the site looks pretty empty with JS deactivated...

    Another option is of course to use a theme that relies less on Js for it's functionality. You should be able to find some awesome ones there depending on your needs :slight_smile:

    Let me know if you have any further questions here flobrunner. Happy to assist further if needed.

    Cheers,
    Tyler

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