Someone also said that "once it used to work" or that "it no longer works",
even if I don't feel I can trust it.
Also consider that <noscript> is somehow blunt as it detects whether JS is
disabled, but its content is not parsed if JS is enabled but for any
reason it doesn't work.

2015-03-26 20:21 GMT+01:00 Simon Pieters <>:

> On Thu, 26 Mar 2015 17:10:56 +0100, Andrea Rendine <
>> wrote:
>> javascript-to-override-or-disable-meta-refresh-tag
>> This thread is quite full of examples with authors trying to remove <meta>
>> after it is loaded or to hide it inside <noscript>, two not viable
>> solutions.
> It looks like the person who asked the question in that thread would be
> happy with <noscript> had it worked in the "cell phone browser" he was
> interested in. But it would be better without <noscript>, certainly. Also
> several people assumed that it would work to remove the element to stop the
> timeout, which is entirely reasonable.
> --
> Simon Pieters
> Opera Software

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