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Supplies content for nonframes-capable
class , dir , id , lang , onClick , onDblClick ,
onKeyDown , onKeyPress , onKeyUp , onMouseDown ,
onMouseMove , onMouseOut , onMouseOver ,
onMouseUp , style , title
</noframes> ; sometimes omitted in HTML
End tag
Used in
You should use the <noframes> tag only within the outermost <frameset>
tag of a frame document. Content between the <noframes> tag and its
required end tag ( </noframes> ) is not displayed by any frames-capable
browser but is displayed in lieu of other contents in the frame document
by browsers that do not handle frames. The content of the <noframes> tag
can be any normal body content, including the <body> tag itself.
Although this tag is optional, experienced authors typically include the
<noframes> tag in their frame documents with content that warns
nonframes-capable browser users that they're missing the show. And
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