The <noframes> tag is the backup for those browsers that does not support frames. This tag can contains all the element that can be placed in <body> tag. It is used to create link with the non-frame set version of any website where you want to display a message to the user. This <noframes> tag is not supported in HTML5.
<noframes> Statement for the user </noframes>
Note: <noframes> tag placed inside of <frameset> tag.
Below example illustrate the <noframes> tag:
Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by HTML <noframes> tag are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
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