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the noscript tag is fine, its whats inside the tag
what the best way to redirect to another cfm page inside the noscript tag
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=http://www.myOtherWebSite.com/otherPage.cfm">
ok thats what i had but i get w3c error
document type does not allow element "META" here.
i have it ion my head tag?
I can see the dilemma. It is generally expected that <meta> will be within the head and <noscript> within the body. So where do you place the combination of <noscript> and >meta>?
I would place the tags where they produce the result I want, namely, in the head, where the script tag usually is, and accept the w3c error for what it is. Your requirement that the noscript tag do a redirect may actually be self-contradictory. At least, that is my opinion. The noscript tag is designed to provide alternative content -- for the current page, I would assume -- when the script tag is not executed.