Pfff, that's very strange.
In the html4.01 specs about the <noscript> tag this example is used:
...some Tcl script to insert data...
<P>Access the <A href="http://someplace.com/data">data.</A>
Just the way I did it in my html:
In the differences html5/html4 I don't find a message to the contrary.
- Note: In xhtml1.0 the html-validator just get red when the <p> tag is omitted inside the <noscript>: "character data is not allowed here".
- Note: the html-validator allows a <noscript> without <p> if it is html5 !
(just a moment ...)
- Aha, a Google learns it is a reported Chrome bug: Child elements of <noscript> tags not always rendered !!!
- With a demo screenshot like yours.
- Note: in Chrome under WinXP and Win7 I cannot reproduce the error.
- Note 2: in Chrome under Win7 on my laptop I saw a horizontal scrollbar if JS is disabled (not in Chrome under WinXP on my desktop). Adapted the CSS, now repaired.
But I guess with this workaround I can give Chrome some time to repair the bug:
// not needed for the carrousel
- Applied in the demo - so now you can try again.
But a miracle: it was not Internet Explorer! :lol: