What is NOF=LY???

I see HTML with this in table tags, but I have no idea what it is, what it does, or what language it is from?

NOF=LY

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=what+is++%22NOF%3DLY%22

Any ideas?
TIA,
Astro

astro26Asked:
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HammRadioConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Specifically the NOF=LY tag is used by Net Objects Fusion if you want to IMPORT the HTML back into Net Objects.  All browsers ignore the tag.  

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dorwardConnect With a Mentor Commented:
In HTML terms, it is meaningless (and not allowed in the document).

It has some meaning, I don't know what, in Net Objects Fusion - the HTML generator that shocked me by producing worse markup then Frontpage.
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dorwardCommented:
Could people please stop making these fecicious surreal comments? I dislike checking the question (upon recieving an email) to find that nothing of consequence has been added. Thank-you.
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ZylochCommented:
I have absolutely no idea what NO=FLY is, but I believe it is something that NetObjects Fusion comes up with as dorward says.

However, on this site: http://fuseletter.com/no__22.html, scroll down around halfway, and you see this:

No-Fly—a romantic yet modern template with a winged banner, and floating hearts with animated wings. Built-in DTHML makes things fly for a fun, surprising, sweet yet sophisticated design.

Most likely, it is built in DHTML that automatically does some flying thing if it detects NO=FLY after you make a site in NetObjects...

--Zyloch
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