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Alternative to <Noscript>

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Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone can help me? I am having some problems wit
the <noscript> tag.

I actually use it to block banner advertisements from being displaye
in my website. I have used it at the <body> tag section and look
something like this:

<noscript>
<body>
</noscript>

What it does is stop the banner advertisement offered in most fre
websites from loading.

My question is how come it does not stop the banner from loading if
was to view the webpage in my Pocket PC using Pocket Internet Explore
Pocket IE)?

Everytime I load the page in Pocket IE, it displays a standard banne
that is found in all pages viewed using Pocket IE. I looked around fo
some answers and I found out that Pocket IE found in the Pocket PC 200
does not support the <noscript> tag.

Is there another way around this? I have written some pages that wil
load in my Pocket PC and I find it very annoying to see the banne
advertisement at the top.

Can anyone out there help me by showing me an alternative to the abov
question?

Thanks.

Lyon

To view my page in your pocket PC please visit,
http://www.lyon-online.cjb.net, you can also view it using you
smartphone, weather its Microsoft or Symbian

llaxma
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"llaxman" <ll***********@mail.forum4designers.com> wrote in message
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Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone can help me? I am having some problems with
the <noscript> tag.

I actually use it to block banner advertisements from being displayed
in my website. I have used it at the <body> tag section and looks
something like this:

<noscript>
<body>
</noscript>

What it does is stop the banner advertisement offered in most free
websites from loading.

My question is how come it does not stop the banner from loading if I
was to view the webpage in my Pocket PC using Pocket Internet Explorer
Pocket IE)?

Everytime I load the page in Pocket IE, it displays a standard banner
that is found in all pages viewed using Pocket IE. I looked around for
some answers and I found out that Pocket IE found in the Pocket PC 2002
does not support the <noscript> tag.

Is there another way around this? I have written some pages that will
load in my Pocket PC and I find it very annoying to see the banner
advertisement at the top.

Can anyone out there help me by showing me an alternative to the above
question?


I don't think this is good...because:
<noscript>
<body>
</noscript>
should be treated the same by IE as:

(yes there are meant to just be three blank lines!! It will just ignore it
when there is javascript)

i'm guessing in the body tag there is somthing like onload="....", try
deleting that
Jul 20 '05 #2

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neerolyte wrote:
"llaxman" <ll***********@mail.forum4designers.com> wrote in message
news:ll***********@mail.forum4designers.com...
Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone can help me? I am having some problems with
the <noscript> tag.

I actually use it to block banner advertisements from being displayed
in my website. I have used it at the <body> tag section and looks
something like this:

<noscript>
<body>
</noscript>

What it does is stop the banner advertisement offered in most free
websites from loading.

My question is how come it does not stop the banner from loading if I
was to view the webpage in my Pocket PC using Pocket Internet Explorer
Pocket IE)?

Everytime I load the page in Pocket IE, it displays a standard banner
that is found in all pages viewed using Pocket IE. I looked around for
some answers and I found out that Pocket IE found in the Pocket PC 2002
does not support the <noscript> tag.

Is there another way around this? I have written some pages that will
load in my Pocket PC and I find it very annoying to see the banner
advertisement at the top.

Can anyone out there help me by showing me an alternative to the above
question?

I don't think this is good...because:
<noscript>
<body>
</noscript>
should be treated the same by IE as:

(yes there are meant to just be three blank lines!! It will just ignore it
when there is javascript)

i'm guessing in the body tag there is somthing like onload="....", try
deleting that


Nah... that wont work. Geocities (Yahoo), for example, will basically
append to your page with their JS code, that draws their popup.

Using <noscript> at the end of the page is the only way I know of doing
this, and it is not always reliable. I really dont think there is any
other way to circumvent it.

I wouldnt worry too much about how it looks on the pocket-PC. You are,
by the way, violating the agreement with the site by doing this... Web
hosting is cheap enough these days... If you really care, you should pay
for hosting.

B

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