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  1. Dustin Diaz

    Brian,

    That is by far probably a very small minority group of a people, thus tackling something very big with a lot more cost. But as Joe Clark would say, “access by nature is for the minority – and yes, it does cost money”

    The only thing that comes to mind if you really want to have this degrade for folks with JavaScript enabled but no xmlHttpRequest support (or the ActiveX comparable) – do a quick object detection first before canceling the click event. There, problem solved :)

    Otherwise, Prototype did the rest of the Ajax Development cross-browserness for us! It truly is quite the time saver.