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How to make a single asp.net work with javascript enabled as well as not enables

Posted on 2012-03-14
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I need to make one asp.net page where I need to make sure that it works with Javascript Enabled and disabled in both cases.

I need what approaches I need to take to fulfil this.
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Mrunal earned 270 total points
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Hi,
It depends on what code you are writing on that page?
Can you pl. share what you are going to write on that page?
Any JavaScript code or something else...
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