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Interactions and browsers w/o javascript?

I’ve just published my first Webflow website: koskinen.co :tada:

What I noticed, though, was that interactions do not work when javascript is disabled (tested with a browser like Firefox Focus). The site appears mostly blank because, more often than not, I’ve set the initial state of interactions to opacity 0.

I understand that this is how it goes. There is no way interactions could work with browsers like this.

So my question is, how do you deal with browsers w/o JS? Do you create some sort of fallback version of the site? What is the common practice? What have you done?

Thanks :slightly_smiling_face:

Matias

You have to consider that these kinds of browsers are very low traffic and consider if it’s worth it to create a version for them if you decide that that’s something you want to do then yes I would create a version/page that doesn’t contain any animations.

I concur — am almost certain it is not worth the effort. Thanks Aaron :raised_hands:

Just out of curiosity, though. How should one create a such page? Some sort of redirect when JS is not enabled?

Exactly that.

You can use the following code for it:

<noscript>
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; url=THE-URL-YOU-WANT" />
</noscript>

That is as clear as it gets. Thanks a lot, I appreciate it :slightly_smiling_face:

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