Any content contained in a <noscript> element will be displayed under only the following two circumstances:
- The browser doesn’t support scripting.
- The browser’s scripting support is turned off.
If either of these conditions is met, then the content inside the <noscript> element is rendered. In all other cases, the browser does not render the content of <noscript>.
<title>Example HTML Page</title>
In this example, a message is displayed to the user when the scripting is not available. For scripting enabled browsers, this message will never be seen even though it is still a part of the page.