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  1. I have just started reading this book and came across 'Progressive Enhancement'. I'm just wondering, to what extent is it necessary to provide as much functionality as possible to the end user ? I mean if some one has blocked Javascript or is using some ancient browser, is it really necessary to cater to such users at the expense of slower development oryour other users who are using cutting edge browsers ? Does progressive enhancement mean that I should use the new input types (date, color etc) in HTML5 ? Because that would mean I'm not relying on Javascript or CSS to serve my content.
  2. On page 43, you strongly recommend eliminating embedded Javascript within the HTML page. I am guilty of adding JavaScript to my web pages by embedding. Mainly because I didn't know any better. So following your good example, I am rewriting my JavaScript content. But I don't know how to eliminate one of the examples you show: <a href="javascript:createWindow():">A Link</a> I'd like the 'A Link' to show a popup window for those with javascript and a new window for those without javascript. Any tips are welcome. Thank you for writing Modern Javascript. It has so many good tips for improved JavaScript scripting. And the book starts basic enough to gently educate. Especially a self-taught webmaster like me. I'll try to improve!
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