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I love Ajax

Discussion in 'General Webmaster Helpdesk' started by maxseo, Jan 26, 2007.

  1. maxseo

    maxseo Guest

    I think I am starting to enjoy more an more the possibities that Ajax offers.

    One question though, is Ajax disabled if JavaScript is disabled on a browser???

  2. temi

    temi Facilitator Webmaster

    I don't think so because Ajax, though partly based on JavaScript is not regarded as JavaScript.
  3. maxseo

    maxseo Guest

    No, I have the disagree with use, it uses event handlers like javascript does onclick, onmouseover, etc and the whole idea of building and using main Ajax object 'XMLHttpRequest' is based on JavaScript

  4. UK WW ex member

    UK WW ex member New Member Webmaster

    Not tried yet. I am thinking though, Reading the thread I become very keen to start just now
  5. maxseo

    maxseo Guest

    it's sick mate .. WEB 2.0 and Ajax give your interface that bit extra. I am not sure if you will be able to see that behaviour but this is last functionality I achieved with Ajax

    when you visit my page Directory list at DirStast.com you will witness what I am talking bout. Just after I allow Directory listings to be updated in term of SE stats (happens rarely, cos I like to catche Dir StaTS) when you click on any directory link 'view details' you might see some magic ........

    I needed that behaviour cos I was gathering few details about directories which was taking more than few seconds ...

  6. gastongr

    gastongr New Member Webmaster

    AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, it uses a client side language (JavaScript) to interact with any server side language and increase the web page's interactivity, speed, and usability, but if the client's browser does not support JavaScript AJAX wont work.

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