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I am not very experienced with web programming yet, so please excuse this question. I could not find much information about in the web so I decided to ask here.

Tor by default blocks javascript. What other programming languages can I use to have functionality in my website?

For example, donations, buttons etc...

Any help greatly appreciated

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  • > Tor by default blocks javascript. What other programming languages can I use to have functionality in my website? No, it doesn't. That's an option that you can turn off or on and by default javascript is allowed.
    – JSEvans
    May 28 '20 at 10:48
  • ok, this is correct. Many users though are blocking javascript for security reasons
    – mse88999
    May 31 '20 at 9:00
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PHP is a popular choice. It runs entirely on the web server, but isn’t as flashy as JS. Like stated in the comment of your question though, JavaScript is not disabled by default.

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This is a general question, not Tor-related. JavaScript is not an evil if you're properly encapsulating the container that is running your browser. And it's not a Tor Browser developers fault to block them: a browser is just an application but you need a virtualization to isolate it properly so they can't do it from the application side. Even more: use Firefox inside a VM and isolate it, so you will have a fully functional websites and anonymity at the same time.

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