I have a site under development that's going to use a JS-based drop down menu which will open when the visitor hovers over a single element called "menu" at the top of each page.
Naturally the folks who have JS disabled are not going to be able to use this menu -- and for these folks I've implemented a special CSS-based 'tooltip notice' that appears next to the menu element when they hover over it:
This takes care of my non-JS visitors, so now I have to deal with my JS-enabled visitors. I want this tooltip to be disabled for my JS-enabled visitors because it would be an irritation for them to see it every time they mouseover the menu element in order to see the drop down menus.
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide ... :)