Affects: IE8 (Standards Mode), IE9 PP1, IE9 PP2, IE9 PP3, IE9 PP4, IE9 PP6
The <noscript> tag serves 1 basic purpose and that is to provide content when scripting is turned off in the browser.
Years ago the main purpose was to provide alternative content so that your page still worked in browsers without script however these days due to better popup blocking and more interactive content scripting is typically turned on.
Known Workarounds: One. Setting the noscript tag to be display:inline; vs display:block seems to make the container disappear.
Related Issues: None.
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