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Example 3.5:

If you are using a JavaScript capable browser, you won't see anything between the following two horizontal lines. Turn off JavaScript, though and you'll see the text we put between the <NOSCRIPT> and </NOSCRIPT> tags.

To turn off JavaScript in Netscape Navigator, clear the Enable JavaScript check box under Advanced section of the Preferences dialog box (Netscape Navigator 4), or the under the Language tab in the Network Preferences dialog box (Netscape Navigator 3). Netscape Navigator 2 does not recognize these tags so it makes no difference whether it's turned on or off. Some early versions of Netscape Navigator 3 may not recognize them, either. Internet Explorer 3 recognizes them, and you cannot turn off JavaScript in that browser.