No script support content
The noscript element is designed to be rendered only on browsers that do not support scripting, or have scripting disabled in the user preferences. In general, a noscript element is used directly after a script which it is intended to be the replacement for.
<noscript class="class name(s)" dir="ltr | rtl" id="unique identifier" lang="language code" style="style information" title="text" > </noscript>
‡ = Required attribute
** = Transitional only
Explanation of attributes
class: used to state which class(es) the element belongs to. It is possible to indicate more than one class for an element by separating each class name with a space character. This attribute is normally used in combination with a stylesheet in order to associate the elements with particular styles defined within the stylesheet.
dir: used to set the direction of the text in combination with the language set in the lang attribute. The available values are "ltr" (left to right) and "rtl" (right to left), with the default value being "ltr".
id: used to specify a unique alphanumeric identifier to the element. This is usually used in combination with stylesheets in order to apply a style to one particular instance of an element. Only one element, regardless of type, can be given a particular id.
lang: used to indicate the language being used in the text contained within the element. The value of this attribute takes on the form of the ISO standard lanuage abbreviations found in RFC 3066. A list of these codes can be found on the ISO language codes page.
style: used to specify an inline style to apply to the element. The styles defined here override the styles declared in the header section.
title: used to define an advisory text that may be displayed as a tooltip when a mouse is used to hover over the element.
This element is only shown when scripting is not supported, and as such no event handlers are supported either.
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The browser icons are explained in the below list:
= Microsoft Internet Explorer 6+
= Netscape Communicator 4
= Mozilla and Netscape Navigator 6+
= Opera 7+
= MSN TV (aka. WebTV)
= Konqueror 3.0+