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Hi friends,

I have a situation where I need to find out the status of JavaScript of Client's browser. I have tried :
System.Web.HttpBrowserCapabilities browser = Request.Browser;
                strBrowser = browser.Browser;
                browserVersion = browser.Version;
                isJsEnabled = browser.JavaScript;
But above code returns the capability status of browser.

I could not find out how can I use NoScript Tag to solve it.

Any ideas.

Thanks
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Posted 14-Nov-11 3:17am
Edited 14-Nov-11 3:21am
RaisKazi33.6K
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Ashish Dev1 at 16-Nov-11 0:23am
   
Well it's a nice example. This example basically rely on QueryString that is appended to the page URL. I hope there could be any other way to find out the JavaScript's Enabled or Disabled status. but for this time my problem has overcome.

once again thanks to "Sandeep1003"

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