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<NOLAYER> ... </NOLAYER> NOLAYER

Description:

This element is used in conjunction with the LAYER and ILAYER elements to indicate content/HTML markup that will only appear if the browser does not support the LAYER/ILAYER syntax. Browsers that DO support the layering syntax will ignore the contents of the NOLAYER element.

Attributes:

None.

Example code:

<layer NAME="two" LEFT=40 TOP=40 Z-INDEX=2 SRC="http://www.example.com/document.html"> Positioned content</layer><nolayer><b>Please</b> try this page for browsers that can not handle Netscape's LAYER syntax.<a HREF="http://www.example.com/alternate.html">Simple Text Page</a></nolayer>

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