Thank you, this is a good idea. I thought of something similar, just putting
prefer to have only one file, something like
and then write the link like
I will check out the link you provided at php.net; I was looking for this
info at php.net but did not find out what exactly to look for, thanks.
> > Is there a possibility with PHP to sniff the presence of
> Obviously, the good old <NOSCRIPT> can help you out. Like
> <script language=".."><!--
> document.write('JS Enabled! <a href="...&js=yes">Click me</a>');
> No JS support, or disabled. <a href="...&js=no">Click me</a>
> Of course, you can use the above to create a META REFRESH thing in the
> <HEAD> part, to achieve fetching the desired page without clicking.
> Also some browsers might send some extended capabilities to the web
> but I doubt you can rely on that (when I use http://php.net/phpinfo from
> that the server is keeping PHP from seeing here).