Now, I can just put a general message on the "splash page" saying "this website requires Java script to be enabled" for every visitor to see, but I would rather have the message just for those that need to see it because Java script is disabled. How do I do that?
Thanks in advance.
What you could do is make use of JS actually, and set the message in a div or something that gets verified by JS.
If JS is enabled in the brower the script can run and hide the div (or what else you choose to use), or if JS is not enabled the alert will be shown to visitors.
Aye yai yai! I understand what you're saying, but. . . The problem is, I would say I am aware of HTML code etc. but one of the reasons I find Muse so great is that it's, as it says; for design people who "aren't so gifted with coding". I can follow instructions but as soon as you begin with "div" I start to tremble. And in fact, I can't even find a direct access to the HTML in Muse (like there is in Netobjects Fusion for example). I suppose you have to publish and then start fooling with the code. I think I'll just forget it, unless I find something I can just paste into the HTML after Publish.
OK. Christian had suggested this, but Vincent's post led me to a site which perhaps I can follow the explantion and put the script required into the body of the HTML after it's published. I think I'll have to fool around with it a bit, there are tags still that I dunno what they do. But I think I'm on the right track. I just have to see how it works.
Thank you both
As it is very difficult to produce a site in Muse without JS, you should probably look at the bigger picture instead of just inserting HTML manually.
Everyone is affected by this.
You might start an "Idea" to promote the inclusion of a feature to present this warning automatically in Muse. This should not be that difficult for the Muse team to include in a future update.
Thank you Marion, I have done that (with you name attached, it was after all your idea!
Now I just have to teach myself enough coding that I can set the text size and color and I'll drop this baby on every page. Whoopee!
This is the script I used. I put a several extra spaces in the code here cause I wasn't sure what effect it would have on the post and I don't know how to insert one of those script windows in the post.
You really only need the NOSCRIPT section.
Or styled a bit:
Thank you Marian.
I've actually uploaded it already! I researched enough that I could set the font face, size, color and bold attributes and then just fed it into an HTML object and placed it as i wanted it. Seems to work just great!!
You can see it here: www.jessica-schneider-sopran.de
I put it on the other heavy JS pages as well, in case someone manages to jump direct to them.
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