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Supplies content to <embed> -incompatible
Attributes None
End tag
</noembed> ; never omitted
Contains Nothing
Used in
Normally, you use the contents of the <noembed> tag to display some sort
of message placating users of inadequate browsers:
<embed autostart=true loop=true>
<noembed>To view the cool movie, you need to upgrade to a browser
that supports the &lt;embed&gt; tag!</noembed>
We recommend using a <noembed> message only in those cases where the
object is crucial for the user to comprehend and use your document. And,
in those cases, you should provide a link to a document that can stand
alone without the embedded object, or nicely explain the difficulty.
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