<head> contains a <noscript> tag
This means that the URL in question contains a <noscript> tag in the <head>.
Why is this important?
The <noscript> tag defines an alternate content for users that have disabled scripts in their browser or have a browser that doesn't support script.
Whilst it can be used in both the <head> and the <body>, you need to be very careful using <noscript> tags in the head, as you can very easily break the head, which can cause problems for search engines as they may be unable to find important head-only tags, such as hreflang.
What does the Hint check?
This Hint will trigger for any internal URL that contains <noscript> in the <head>, even if it contains valid elements (<link>, <style>, and <meta>).
Examples that trigger this Hint
This Hint will trigger for any URL that has <noscript> in the <head>.
Why is this Hint marked 'Insight'?
This Hint is an 'Insight', which means there isn't necessarily any action that needs to be taken - the Hint is intended to alert your attention to something, rather than flagging up an issue that needs fixing.
<noscript> is allowed in the <head>, however if you're not careful it can cause problems.
When used inside the <head> element: <noscript> must contain only <link>, <style>, and <meta> elements. Ensure that this is the case, and there should be no cause for further action.