Are progressive enhancement and graceful degradation basically the same thing?...
All the answers I could find recommended adding display:none to css... but for a user without javascript, they will never see the element.  jQuery(document).ready(function($){      $('#toggleElm').hide();      $('#toggleBtn').click(fu...
I want a particular form component to act as radio buttons (only one option may be selected at a time). I do not want the radio bullets to show, however, opting for alternative presentational methods such as high light selected, or some other method....
I'm building a website for a gallery owner that has a lot of images per webpage. Therefore I want to lazy load the images on the webpage, making the initial load less heavy. However, I would like to implement this in a "progressive enhancemen...
What would you do if your site visitors disabled JavaScript? Do you block them?...
I'm using jQuery in the examples below, but my question applies more generally to any situation where javascript is used to display something that would be missed if javascript wasn't enabled.  Let's say I want to fade in some text when t...
The app shell model suggests that the app shell containing the minimum required HTML, CSS & JavaScript is loaded first and then content is loaded dynamically afterwards. This seems to imply the lazy loading of content using JavaScript and APIs....
I was just introduced to the concept of Graded Browser Support, and the concept as a whole sounds great! Upon a deeper evaluation, however, I am at a bit of a loss as to how to implement it in a reasonable manner.  In particular, I'm referring to...
I'm using JSF2.  I have a button that calls an action and then render a part of the page ( pretty basic)   <h:commandButton value="foo" action="#{myBean.myAction}" >               <f:ajax execute="@form" render=&#...
I tried to research but couldn't find a way to handle META requests in Django with Ajax. Refreshing a page everytime kind of destroys the UX. So if the code is something like this:  template  <a href="/like/?id={{ car.id }}" ># of l...

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