Originally Posted by MancunianMacca
I did not disagree if you would have looked. I stated that it works on my website.
You mean that it works in the particular browser you tested in with the particular settings you have that browser configured to use. If you tested in enough different browsers you would eventually find one that applies the standard that therefore ignores the noscript tag because it is misplaced. If you test in any browser that is comnfigured to disable meta redirects it wouldn't work either.
I believe that HTML 5 is redefining where a noscript tag is valid in order to allow it to be wrapped around styles in the head of a page (the only place where it actually makes sense to use a noscript tag but which is not permitted by the current standard effectively making noscript obsolete until an HTML 5 standard is released - if that is still a part of what HTML 5 allows by the time it does become a standard).