[development] Forms.module for 4.7
kb at 2bits.com
Mon Feb 20 20:31:58 UTC 2006
On 2/20/06, Ber Kessels <ber at webschuur.com> wrote:
> > And here I do not agree with the "does not degrade" argument either: this
> > is not something the view side or even an everyday admin task. This is a
> > very rare task (once per site), and for that, grab a JS browser, this is
> > 2006, even a PDA runs JS.
> oh? And what about people with old PCs? what about blind people? What
> about people who have no say over the PCs and the software it runs.
> If it would run, but less nice, without JS, there is no problem. But this
> *does nothing* without JS, it does not even render normal HTML/forms.
> without Js it is useless. That is a very bad thing IMO.
> Every browser out there has flash. even PDAs do: lets build a flash form
> builder. Or no, a JAVA. Hell no, we can make a XUL and activeX one,
> virtually every system has access to one of the two.
You are right in most of your arguments (graceful degradation, ...etc)
But, remember: this is an admin interface, not a user interface. So, the
end users are not affected by that at all.
If this is made as a form designer, and is optional, with a non JS way
to do it, then I am all for it. Heck, Admins will find a way to turn on
JS on their browser or download one who has.
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