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I can't think of any reason why js would be disabled in a browser other than by personal choice? In which case you're making the website unusuable for yourself.



It's often disabled by people who use screen readers, or by users who care about their privacy.

If your regular website (not a webapp) doesn't work without JS, then you're failing as a dev.




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