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at March 12, 2012 10:06 by EvanHahn

Initial Code
<html class="no-js">


	document.documentElement.className = document.documentElement.className.replace(/\bno-js\b/g, '') + ' js ';

	<!-- ...  -->

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Initial Description
Add the "no-js" class to your topmost html element, so you can use CSS to style JavaScript-free pages. This snippet will then replace that tag with "js", allowing you to style pages with JavaScript.

The excellent [HTML5 Boilerplate]( puts `no-js` in the `<html>` element and then uses [Modernizr]( to replace it with `js`. If you don't want to use all of that stuff, this snippet does the same thing.

Initial Title
Remove "no-js" class from html tag, add "js" class

Initial Tags
css, javascript, class, html

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