After I udpated to the latest version of HeadJS I noticed that no-js class is visible inside all classes applied to the html tag of my document. I checked headjs.com and it's also there. Please take a look at the attached image.
Investigating ..tracked this to this fix #226
The quick-fix is to insert a space before "no-js ..." like this " no-js ..."
" no-js ..."
Thanks, another quick fix is to use jQuery for that but I reported this that HeadJS will be even more awesome ;). Do you plan to patch this pretty quick?
got it fixed for both use-cases, and Chrome. Patch should follow quickly
Sweet ;). Many thanks and keep up an awesome job with HeadJS 👍
Your welcome, and thanks for the heads up on the problem 👍