HTML noscript: Main Tips
noscripttags surround replacement HTML content.
- The user sees it if their browser has no scripting support or it is turned off. Otherwise, it will not be displayed.
noscripttag can be used together with <script>.
- There are no tag-specific attributes.
What Is noscript
What does the
noscript tag do? It indicates that the specified content will only be shown to the user if their browser does not support scripting (temporarily or at all):
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- High-quality courses (even the free ones)
- Variety of features
- Nanodegree programs
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- Paid certificates of completion
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- Offers quality content
- Very transparent with their pricing
- Free certificates of completion
- Focused on data science skills
- Flexible learning timetable
Mostly Used noscript Tag Attributes
As you learn how to use
noscript, you must remember it has no tag-specific attributes. However, it supports all the global ones. The four of them that get used the most often are
id sets a unique ID for an HTML element:
title defines extra information about an element:
<noscript title="Learn Online">https://www.bitdegree.org</noscript>
accesskey defines a shortcut key to activate or focus an element:
<noscript accesskey="L"> <a href="https://www.bitdegree.org">Learn Online</a> </noscript>
translate defines whether the content needs to be translated:
<noscript translate="no">Please upgrade your browser to a newer version.</noscript>