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  1. Drew McLellan

    Kerri – there’s no problem if the UA doesn’t support JavaScript, or if JavaScript is turned off. The blockquote is still shown as normal, and the source information is still there in the cite attribute.

    The whole point of unobtrusive scripting techniques is that if there’s no scripting support available the user still has a fully functional page with all the information available to them. They just don’t get any little extras.