I've always wondered, who disables JS in thier browser these days?
Interesting, I personally feel your adverage website doesn't need to consider 0.2%.
Its a pretty easy fix to modernizr / have a .no-js class. Surprised it wasn't considered
Took your advice onboard and have tweaked the code so that the first fade in is done via CSS so that way a user with JS disabled will see the site.
Nice work my friend!
Nice & simple. I use the same technique in my projects. You can do much more complicated transitions with CSS.
I think this looks clean, but I prefer a page to just load instantly. On first use, the transitions are nice, but if this is a site where you're going to click through a lot of pages, it gets a little cumbersome.
I much more prefer the effect of turbolinks.
Awesome job! Love that you've removed jQuery as a dependency.
I made a change to the CSS & JS on my post so the content is accessible even if JS is disabled now.
I updated my post with a note about this and added a direct link.
Not trying to sound pretentious, but do people still use jQuery?
Yes. It's fine for websites (not apps)
It does sound rather pretentious I'm afraid... It's the sort of question people who only care about the latest trends and not battle-hardened solutions for their clients would ask.