HTML nomodule Attribute

By Jonathan Griffin. Editor, SEO Consultant, & Developer.

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The nomodule Attribute is a boolean that determines whether to execute the script in browsers that support ES2015 modules. This is used as a fallback to server alternative script should the browser not support modular JavaScript code.

Applicable Elements

The nomodule Attribute can be used with the following elements:

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