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.
This element does not accept any attributes
try this page for browsers that can not handle Netscape's LAYER syntax.
DTD Note: The Parent/Content models used for this
are taken from the NOSCRIPT element. I have not experimented with this element
very much, and documentation for it is almost nonexistent, but the intended
usage behavior of NOLAYER seems to mirror NOSCRIPT in most respects.
Use of this element seems only appropriate when the SRC attribute of the LAYER and
ILAYER elements are used. Otherwise, HTML content within a layer will properly degrade
and this element will not be necessary.
DTD Note: %Core% attributes were not included for this
element because for Netscape it would be unnecessary. Positioning support
(LAYER/ILAYER) occurred at the same time as style sheets (CLASS, ID, STYLE)
so older Netscape browsers would ignore both.
Only Netscape supported this element in its 4.x versions. Netscape 6.x+ no
longer supports this, so use of this element is discouraged.