What is noscript tag?
Some common use cases for <noscript> include:
- Offering alternative content, such as non-interactive versions of certain features, forms, or media.
The <noscript> tag can be placed anywhere within the <body> of an HTML document. It can enclose various HTML elements, including text, images, links, forms, and more.
The content within the <noscript> tag can be styled using CSS, similar to other HTML content. This allows designers to ensure that the fallback content is still visually appealing and consistent with the overall design of the website.
Not Recommended for Complex UIs
While the <noscript> tag is useful for simple fallback content or notifications, it's not ideal for implementing complex user interfaces as the alternative. In such cases, a more robust approach, like server-side rendering, might be preferred.example