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Nov
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comment Should I worry about people disabling Javascript?
@Lèse, but I totally agree with you that the menu can be enhanced using javascript, as long as it still works without javascript.
Nov
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comment Should I worry about people disabling Javascript?
@Lèse, while you can't have a delay with CSS menus, there are tricks to get around this and surprisingly they actually work very well (for example see cssplay.co.uk/menus/final_drop3.html). Also, check the demo at cssplay.co.uk/menus/vertical-list.html to see how complex CSS menus can be. By no means this means that I'm trying to advocate against using javascript for menus. All I'm trying to say is that, if it can be done without javascript then why use javascript esp. for something as important as the site navigation?
Nov
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comment Should I worry about people disabling Javascript?
+1 Great answer
Nov
1
comment Should I worry about people disabling Javascript?
"since I have yet to see a pure CSS based one that works". I use CSS menus and they work very well, can you elaborate more on that part?
Oct
8
comment What are the reasons not to use a .us domain name?
@Ayyash, personally I always found it confusing (always forgot where the dots were!). If they thought the name was user friendly, they wouldn't have bothered to change it to delicious.com
Aug
24
comment Should I include everything in the sitemap or only new content?
Thanks for your answer, I'll include everything in the sitemap.
Aug
23
comment Postal address in Whois information, how bad of an idea is this?
Thanks a lot for your answer. Luckily, I haven't had any trouble so far with registrars or spam.
Aug
23
comment Postal address in Whois information, how bad of an idea is this?
I don't know about the legal side but my registrar asks for the full contact details (including street, district .. etc) and they state that you have to provide the correct information (Actually, I can't submit the form to buy a domain without providing this information). I'm not a lawyer so I don't know if I'm required by law to provide my full contact details (I was thinking this is probably needed to prove my ownership of the domain but again I don't know). I guess I'll just continue to provide my contact details and hopefully I won't accidentally upset anyone. Thanks again for your answer.
Aug
23
comment Postal address in Whois information, how bad of an idea is this?
Thanks a lot for your answer. I should've indicated this in my question but yes I'm actually more concerned about the security and safety side. I don't have problems with anyone and I don't really have a problem providing my real contact details but I guess I just wanted to know whether there were well-known best practices related to domain registration.
Aug
23
comment Should I include everything in the sitemap or only new content?
@Tim, it's not really big for now (everything can fit in one sitemap), but I'm trying to plan ahead.
Aug
19
comment Can anyone recommend a Google SERP tracker?
Sorry that your question was closed. I'm surprised that it was closed considering that the question is about SEO and posted on a website for webmasters.
Aug
19
comment 600 visitors per day, 20 backlinks but still not referenced by Google
+1 I have also read about this domain name age thing. They call it google sandbox.