In this article, we define an alternate content for users that do not support client-side scripts by using <noscript> tag in the HTML document. It is used to display the text for those browsers that does not support script tag or the browsers disable the script for the user.
<noscript> Contents... </noscript>
Supported Browser are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
- HTML | DOM scripts Collection
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- How to Load External JS Scripts Dynamically in AngularJS ?
- Introduction to NPM scripts
- SVG Document.scripts Property
- Projecting Content into Components with ng-content
- jQuery | jQuery.support Property
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- JQuery | Detect a textbox content is changed or not
- How to determine the content of HTML elements overflow or not ?
- How to set alternate table row color using CSS?
- jQuery | Set Content and Attributes
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- How to define a part of text in an alternate voice or mood using HTML5 ?
- How to specify an alternate text for an image in HTML ?
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- CSS | align-content property
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