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HTML <noframes> Tag

The <noframes> tag contains an alternate text to be displayed in browsers which do not support frames (defined using <frame> tag). The tag can also contain a link to a non-frameset version of the web site. If the browser support frames, the <noframes> tag will be ignored.

The <noframes> tag can contain all the HTML elements that can be used inside the <body> element of a normal HTML page.

The <noframes> tag should be nested inside the <frameset> tag.

The <noframes> tag is considered obsolete in HTML5, as all the main browsers support the frames.

To be sure that a page containing frames is valid set <!DOCTYPE> to "HTML Frameset DTD", or "XHTML Frameset DTD".


The <noframes> tag comes in pairs; its content is written between opening (<noframes>) and closing (</noframes>) tags.


<!DOCTYPE html>
    <title>Title of the document</title>
  <frameset cols="50%,50%">
    <frame src="https://www.w3docs.com/learn-html.html">
    <noframes>Sorry, your browser doesn’t support frames. </noframes>



The <noframes> tag only uses the Global Attributes.

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