How To Handle Disabled JavaScript

Mar 24, 2010

i have a menu in my master page, which shows up on all pages. the menu consists of linkbuttons, which don't work when javascript is disabled.

how do i work around it? how common is it that someone's javascript is disabled anyway?

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