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WP Javascript Detect

Javascript Detect WordPress Plugin

Daddy Design is proud to introduce our 2nd WordPress plugin, WP Javascript Detect. This plugin was created for a simple solution to building Javascript heavy websites in WordPress without the need of writing scripts of your own for Javascript detection.

The WP Javascript Detect plugin is a very simple plugin that provides a way to let website visitors know your website requires the usage of Javascript. There is no special setup required in order to use this plugin, simply install and activate. Once activated the plugin will detect whether or not the visitor has enabled their Javascript, if Javascript is disabled the plugin will display a warning message at the top of the screen.

This is definitely a must have plugin that should be used on every WordPress website or blog that utilizes Javascript, it not only helps your visitors but will help ensure your site is viewed the way it was intended.

This plugin was inspired by one of our favorite WordPress plugins ‘Shockingly Big IE6 Warning‘, by promoting the use of these two plugins in tandem we hope to make the internet a better place.

Version

1.0 *Released

WP Javascript Detect Live DEMO

To DEMO the WP Javascript Detect Pugin, disable Javascript from your browser’s settings and then refresh this page.

*Don’t forget to turn Javascript back on when you’re finished.

Screenshots

javascript detect screenshot

Download the WP Javascript Detect Plugin

Download or Install Directly via the WordPress Plugin Directory Winzip Direct Download

Installation

  1. Upload the ‘wp-javascript-detect’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.

Usage

No set up is required, just install and activate. Disable Javascript via your browser’s settings to test.

Need Support?

If you have any problems with this plugin or need help, please leave us a comment below and we will respond as soon as possible.

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Wordpress Plugins

3 Comments

  1. Redlion January 1, 2011

    Nice…But seems the plugin doesn’t display the message for opera users(tested on opera 11.00).

    Reply
    • daddydesign January 2, 2011

      @Redlion, We will look into this. Thanks for the information.

      Reply
  2. RedLion January 7, 2011

    After some “googling”, I found that Opera 11.00 has an issue with the “noscript” tag. It seems to be broken on this version. Well…So this is not an issue with your plugin at all. Hope Opera developers fix it soon…

    Reply

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