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  1. Elliot Lewis

    I have the same query as Paul (Boag). It’s not the focus of the article and I know it’s the concept rather than the implementation but…

    ‘It’s taking progressive enhancement to the next level’

    This is a technique that’s dependant on JS, so is JS not a consideration for progressive enhancement now? With JS turned off a desktop user gets a sidebar with a link away from the site. Is this an OK trade-off? I guess it depends on the content but it’s getting harder to build dynamic sites that don’t rely on JS.