text-based browsers versus Icecat/Abrowser

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eric23
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A rejoint: 06/30/2017

I am sure we all have found some website that is not viewable through Mozilla based browsers. I was wondering if anyone also sees a difference when browsing with text-based browser.

Having javascript restricted in your browser with noscript and/or librejs a lot of sites look blank and missing something. If you try the emacs browser eww you may see those image and text spoilers you didn't see on reddit with abrowser.

Is this a bug we should report?

Magic Banana

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A rejoint: 07/24/2010

You should complain to the administrators of the sites distributing nonfree JavaScript...

Save Nature
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A rejoint: 07/19/2020

On Sat, 25 Jul 2020 01:00:18 +0200 (CEST)
name at domain wrote:

> I am sure we all have found some website that is not viewable through
> Mozilla based browsers.

Generally almost all website should be viewable with Abrowser(firefox
based), if it doesn't it is the website's fault not
browser's. Personally I try /lynx/ browser first. And if I see that
the website not viewable properly, than I consider the _the website_
(not the browser) to be broken.