The noscript element is used after a script element, in cases where scripting is either turned off, or when the user agent doesn't support the language used. At which point the user agent is to render the content of the noscript element instead.
For example noscript can be used to give your visitors a generic message, telling them to enable scripting in their browser.
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DTD. Defines which document type the attribute is allowed. S=Strict, T=Transitional, F=Frameset.