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Check if JavaScript is Enabled from Server-Side Using an User Control

, 28 May 2008 CPOL 122K 1.8K 39
An ASP.NET User Control which can check if Javascript is enabled in the user's browser, and either does postback to perform an alternate action from the server side, or redirects to a non-JavaScript page.

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