The <noscript> HTML element is used to provide alternative content that should be displayed when JavaScript is not supported or enabled in the user’s browser. It is often used to display a message or alternative content when JavaScript-dependent features or functionality cannot be utilized.

Here’s an example of how to use the <noscript> element:

    Please enable JavaScript to experience the full functionality of this

In this example, the <noscript> element wraps a <p> (paragraph) element that contains a message informing users that JavaScript needs to be enabled for the website to work properly. When JavaScript is disabled or not supported, the content within the <noscript> element will be displayed instead.

The <noscript> element is often used in conjunction with JavaScript-based elements or scripts. For example, it can be used to provide alternative content or fallbacks for interactive features, such as form validation or dynamic content loading, that rely on JavaScript.

It’s important to note that the content within the <noscript> element should be meaningful and informative to users who have JavaScript disabled. It’s also a good practice to provide graceful degradation or alternative functionality for JavaScript-dependent features whenever possible.