Example "noJS" Page

Here is an example of a basic "noJS" page, which you could serve if your site generates dynamic content and you need somewhere to direct visitors who have JavaScript disabled. It should contain your site header, menu and footer, as well as the content normally seen only by javascript-enabled browsers. It might also include a brief statement about your JavaScript policy ...

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