HTML <noembed> (No Embedded Media Support) Tag

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Note: Deprecated: Not Supported in HTML5.


<embed type="image/jpeg" src="img-boy.jpg" width="300" height="150">
    <p>This browser is not configured to display image</p>


The <noembed> element is used to specifies alternative content to be displayed on browsers that cannot support an embedded media object.

It should occur in conjunction with the embed element.

This element has been introduced by Netscape

Note: Even if other browsers do not support the tag and render the contents of a <noembed> element, it works in the manner it was designed, given how browsers handle unknown elements.

Version: No standards support

Standard Syntax

<noembed>Alternative content for browsers that do not support embed.</noembed>

Browser Support

Fully supported by Netscape 2, 3, 4–4.7


Global Attributes

<noembed> element also supports the Global Attributes in HTML.

By Default CSS Value(s)


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