HTML 4 noframes Tag

Obsolete in HTML5
This tag is obsolete in HTML5, so it's best to avoid using it.

The HTML noframes tag is used (in conjunction with the frameset tag) for specifying alternative content for browsers that don't support frames.

Also see:

Frames are not supported in HTML 5 due to the usability issues that they have caused. Despite this, HTML 5 still allows the <iframe> tag.



Attributes specific to this tag:
Other Attributes:
classDocument wide identifier.
idDocument wide identifier
titleSpecifies a title to associate with the element. Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element (similar to a "tool tip").
styleInline style (CSS)
langLanguage code
dirSpecifies the direction of the text
onclickIntrinsic event (see event handlers)
ondbclickIntrinsic event (see event handlers)
onmousedownIntrinsic event (see event handlers)
onmouseupIntrinsic event (see event handlers)
onmouseoverIntrinsic event (see event handlers)
onmousemoveIntrinsic event (see event handlers)
onmouseoutIntrinsic event (see event handlers)
onkeypressIntrinsic event (see event handlers)
onkeydownIntrinsic event (see event handlers)
onkeyupIntrinsic event (see event handlers)

HTML5 Tags

The information on this page is based on HTML version 4.01. Most modern browsers now support HTML5, which is the next version of HTML after HTML 4.01.

Also see this list of HTML 5 tags for the latest version of HTML.