<noscript> HTML Tag

What does <noscript> HTML Tag do?
The <noscript> element contains HTML content that will be rendered if a user viewing the webpage does so using a browser that does not support scripts or has disabled scripts.

The noscript element defines a message that is displayed if the browser does not support a defined script. For example, we could use the following example to alert the user that JavaScript is switched off:

<script src="myscript.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <noscript>Please enable JavaScript in your browser.</noscript> 
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