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A big Thank You goes out to tye and anyone else involved in getting this to work. (And I can confirm that it works.)

On a side note: One may think whatever about JavaScript. Personally I appreciate how JavaScript can be used to help a visitor navigate a site. OTOH, when used in an evil way, whatever the moral behind, I feel less satisfied. Normally, if a site does things to me that I don't appreciate, I just don't go there any more. But how could I avoid visiting the Monastery?

I could, of course, remember to turn off JavaScript every time I visit the Monastery. But, I almost always have a tab in my Mozilla browser loaded with

And there are just too many sites making (too) extensive use of JavaScript for me to turn it off completely.

The Monastery is one of the few sites where I now have the possibility to decide this matter myself. And that makes me feel good. Real good...

Everything will go worng!

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in thread JavaScript on home nodes by Biker

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