Here is the alike thread: http://community.jboss.org/message/522058#522058 , but there's not much useful information.
Please note two things:
1) Some JSF standard components (e.g. h:commandLink) require JS
2) AJAX won't work without JS
P.S. For future discussion I've linked this forum thread as comment here: http://community.jboss.org/wiki/RichFaces40ComponentRelatedTopics#cf .
We discussed this, and we'll add this to an accessibility planning page. We'll review and discuss if/how something like JS disabled option could be supported.
PS: Italy - PLEASE REPEAL YOUR "LEGGE STANCA" LAW!!!! It is now the year 2010....
First of all thank you of your answers.
Let's consider the suggestion box; the classical behaviour can be leaved when the browser supports JS or has JS enabled; when the JS are disabled or the browser doesn't suport JS we can thing to generate a noscrpit tag where there is an input text and a button; the user can click the button, submti the full page and then the result is the searched elements.
This can be the solution for the autocmplete; honestly i can't imagine any other solution for drag and drop and other nice richfaces components.
About the legge Stanca....well if i could decide i'ld love to delete it....but it's not up to me