Thursday, 29 December 2011

Please turn on Javascript, but only if it is already turned on.

URL; http://apps.facebook.com/cityville/?src=ads&aff=lifestreet&crt=CV_Acq_Various_TopEng_20110801_GB&installed=1&state=03312338683f3b3dcd25bd24bedc70ec&code=AQC7dPiU09yeiN3YLSDvwLWCmDwfAivkWT7P_PSgMpP9PkIFgwOVDnSjK1G4XgeIL71SJbtaqQBJtGN1iyLQkzlPg4IqxQ3b0MCn_8rbRWANMyUOIgLyId2rEGYSYoioa0s4iu-V7LzHiJoOMdFp30phIvdmeM-b8bxMZLMU0jIrWmAhXrsoGJsmyp6Wch2cYC4

"You need Javascript enabled in your browser to use Facebook Applications."
Thank you for this information.
I have enabled Javascript (actually it was already enabled)
So how do I get rid of the message about needing to turn on script?

Looking at the code. This message is generated by Javascript, so any browser not using script will not display this message.

I would have hoped that at least one of the software staff at Facebook would know how to write and check their code.
Also not too inpreased with the URL syntax. But must win the competition for the longest parameter used. (312 characters long)

So the answer to my question on how to get rid of the message about needing to turn on script?
Turn Javascript off.

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