That's only for browsers that don't support scripting. I don't think it applies to cases where
users have disabled scripting.
You could use something like...
window.NoScriptMsg.style.display = "none";
This works for IE4+ (not sure about NS versions ;-)...
Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
> Do you know how to use the <NOSCRIPT> .... </NOSCRIPT> tag? I turned off
> active scripting for the Internet Zone, but to no effect, as far as seeing
> the text between the Noscript tags..
> > check under tools->options->security use a custom zone and add your URL,
> > then check the settings ... I believe it's the one for active scripting
> > [enable/disable/prompt]
> > -TH
> > > Hello
> > > 5.5)?
> > > Thanks
> > > Justin Dutoit