<noscript><?php url::redirect('controller/method'); ?></noscript> // url::redirect is much like the location header
to no avail…
How do I do this?
<noscript> <a href="">Click here to continue</a> </noscript>
Since the headers have already been sent, you’ll need to use standard HTML markup:
<noscript> <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=noscript.html"> </noscript>
<meta> tag is ignored. When it is disabled, the browser redirects to
<script> window.location = "..."; </script>
Add this as the first element in your body, style it to suit, and perhaps offer a link inside of it to a noscript page:
I use a more verbose method of this (that basically makes it appear as a modal dialog and all pretty) on pages where a client does not allow me to use more compatable means. I’ve tested in IE6+ and all other major browsers with great success.