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yeah i hate that message it's so frustrating :) Basically there's not much we can do about it, you can eithershow the user nothing until allow script is clicked orshow them what you can and if they don't click allow script they wont see your div

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Does the Blocked Content message default to <noscript> ? If so, attempt it through CSS in there?

Yeah it does default to noscript, you could try something like this:
<head><script></script><noscript><!--[if IE]><div>You are using Internet Explorer</div><![endif]--></noscript></head><body><!--[if !IE]><!--><div>You are NOT using Internet Explorer</div><!--<![endif]--></body>

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