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People have JS disabled without their intent. Corporate security standards, broken JS in CDN served libraries, mobile proxy browsers, the list goes on…



With the rate CSS is accumulating kludges and the fact that, when together with HTML5, it has already crossed the Turing-completeness threshold, I wonder how long it will take before companies start requiring browsers to disable subsets of CSS...




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