Check If The Client's Browser Enabled?

Dec 28, 2010

I am writing an administration panel for a web site. I want to check if the client's browser javascript enabled and if it is not enabled, a warning DIV comes telling the client to enable javascript and disable the actual page (make the actual page non-usable).

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