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What cookies mean for Non JavaScript user

What is Javascript?

"JavaScript is used for relatively simple functions such as popping up new windows, or checking the information you type into a form to make sure it conforms to what the receiving database expects. So, for example, it will make sure that you have filled in all the required information or that the postcode you've typed in is complete.

Many people disable JavaScript in their browsers because it can pose security risks. But some websites, especially social networking sites like Facebook, will not work as well."

(Source: BBC WebWise -

How do I know if I am a Non Javascript user?

You are a non-JavaScript user if either your computer is unable to process JavaScript or if you have chosen for your computer to not process JavaScript in your browser's security settings. This is often done to prevent pop-ups due to security risks, however it can prevent some useful content working within the website.

If you are a Non JavaScript user, the options to allow/use JavaScript will be ticked within your internet options/security settings within your web browser. 

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