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Html <marquee></marquee> tag?


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Hi there,

I know fully how to use the html marquee tag, but when i put something in for it to scroll to the left, the text sentence scrolls to the left, but then there is a gap (like a pause) then it loops again.

Is there any way to not include this gap to it is continuously scrolling like a conveyor belt?

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Hi:

Use something like this on your CSS page:

marquee { background-color:#004d00; text-align: center; vertical-align: middle; width: 100%; height:22pt; padding: 0; margin: 10px; color: #f4c414; font-size: 16pt; font-weight: 900; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; direction: right; loop: -1; scroll: slide; behavior: repeat; }

Adjust values as needed. The loop: -1 keeps it running continously, set the width to the exact width that the text is should work if you do not want to see any delay before it starts.

With CSS2, I am checking to see what support is available as not all attributes seem to be supported although it is working for me in Firefox.

You can also add or use these inline with marquee tag:

scrollamount="50" (sets amount of movement (in pixels) between the successive displays that give the impression of animation.)

scrolldelay="0" (sets the delay (in milliseconds) between the successive displays.)

These are probably what you are looking for.

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Thanks,

Im busy now, but ill check it out soon and get back to you on it.

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Edited by Allsortshop, 17 April 2006 - 05:13 AM.

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hey i have the same problem...
need help in html.. not in CSS...
but i want to continously scroll images without a pause (like a conveyor belt)...
any help.?
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Something like this might help you.
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