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turning off javascript is great because it turns every site with a loading screen into just the loading screen

then you get to spend a few seconds asking yourself, "did i really want to visit this site?" before closing the tab.

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@garbados Pet background project: Mastodon web client that doesn't use JS.

@garbados my favorite thing with noscript is when you go to a website that should ostensibly just be a bunch of text and it's a perfectly plain white rectangle with no content at all

@garbados On the flipside, no Javascript :-P

@garbados Even sometimes sites that do nothing but display text, and had no reason to have a loading screen in the first place!

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