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JoshBent
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Thanks, I'll pass.

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  • 4
    hm... there's a difference between displaying all content and having full functionality. I can imagine some fancier effects only work with js. May I ask why you disabled JS? Duur security reasons?
  • 4
    Shouldn't every site that uses react/angular/vue or whatever break with js disabled? So pretty much the entire web by now.
  • 3
    @Forside @CoffeeNcode I whitelist things that are safe/vital and yeah because of all sorts of trackers I block JS by default and then only whitelist.
  • 1
    many sites require js wothout any need. the time someone save due a static site, is wasted with rest, js frameworks and other stuff.
  • 3
    @Forside of you think that nearly the whole web runs on frameworks, then I got bad news for you...
  • 1
    @JoshBent ever heard of DuckDuckGo Privacy essentials or Ghostery?
  • 1
    @sigfried ghostery is bugged for me and have been using ddg+startpage+searx for a while :)
  • 0
    @JoshBent I removed Ghostery tho, I'm only using DDG Privacy Essentials
  • 0
    @sigfried oh there's some kind of plugin? I meant their search engine, will take a look at it
  • 0
    @JoshBent yep, there is a plugin. It blocks trackers etc
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