Tuesday, June 22, 2010

better unobstrusive javascript element hiding

1 comment:

  1. Facebook is really throwing graceful degradation out the window. I wish they'd do a better job controlling their code that goes out. You can't remove an event unless you have javascript turned on. A better implementation would be for the link to actually go to a url that removes the event and if JS is enabled, remove the event through an AJAX call.

    The new authentication scheme is also annoying. They have a url they want you to redirect users to if they're not logged in, but you either have to use JS redirection, or a clickable link redirection if you don't want some sort of gray-overlay. Not to mention that the system is pretty poorly documented. I sadly expected more.