Chris Young <chris.young(a)unsatisfactorysoftware.co.uk> wrote:
On Thu, 24 Mar 2011 19:45:13 GMT, Chris Shepheard wrote:
> In message <51b8fe8642tim(a)timil.com>
> Tim Hill <tim(a)timil.com> wrote:
> > There is a <noscript> section which should display: it tells you to
> Very helpful!
> Especially as that does not display either.
That's obviously a bug, has it been raised on the bug tracker?
With a not entirely straight face and the good offices of (what do you want
to use that pile of old junk for) Fresco, which does render the site, I was
directed to this :-
<div class="article_content" id="article-content-div">
<p>iGoogle is compatible with the following browsers:</p>
<li>Internet Explorer 7.x</li>
<li>Internet Explorer 8.x</li>
<div class="lightbulb">To get the full functionality of iGoogle, make
you have the latest version of your browser. Please note that you need to <a
"make sure you have the latest version of your browser" indeed!! The latest
mainstream browsers are Safari 5, Firefox 4 and IE9.
Back to the plot, I found that by commenting out a wodge of script NetSurf
would light up, somewhere in that commented out section is the reason why
the noscript section is missed.
and Firefox 4 does, up comes the same pale blue screen the Netsurf displays
with no sign at all of the noscript message. So it is not a Netsurf
bug/issue at all.
If Netsurf had any money they could sponsor students to help Google with