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catering to script-disabled browsers

I have a script that randomly selects images for display in a js-capable browser. For browsers that are not js-capable, there is a static image in the hmtl that is displayed (<img src="....">). As the code is, it will display both the static image and the randomly selected image in a js-capable browser. How can I get the browser to ignore the static image in this instance

The <noscript> and </noscript> tags can be used to surround HTML content intended for older browsers. Browsers that support JavaScript (i.e., Netscape Navigator) and JScript (i.e., Internet Explorer) will ignore these tags and all content between them.

Charlton Rose
28 August 1997