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GsmBoss 01-05-2017 02:04 PM

Marquee element
 
What is marque

The marquee tag is a non-standard HTML element which causes text to scroll up, down, left or right automatically. The tag was first introduced in early versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer, and was compared to Netscape's blink element, as a proprietary non-standard extension to the HTML standard with usability problems. The W3C advises against its use in HTML documents.


Attributes

behavior

Sets how the text is scrolled within the marquee. Possible values are scroll, slide and alternate. If no value is specified, the default value is scroll.

bgcolor
Sets the background color through color name or hexadecimal value.

direction
Sets the direction of the scrolling within the marquee. Possible values are left, right, up and down. If no value is specified, the default value is left.

height
Sets the height in pixels or percentage value.

hspace
Sets the horizontal margin

loop

Sets the number of times the marquee will scroll. If no value is specified, the default value is −1, which means the marquee will scroll continuously.

scrollamount
Sets the amount of scrolling at each interval in pixels. The default value is 6.

scrolldelay
Sets the interval between each scroll movement in milliseconds. The default value is 85. Note that any value smaller than 60 is ignored and the value 60 is used instead, unless truespeed is specified.

truespeed
By default, scrolldelay values lower than 60 are ignored. If truespeed is present, those values are not ignored.

vspace
Sets the vertical margin in pixels or percentage value.

width
Sets the width in pixels or percentage value.
Event handlersEDIT

onbounce
Fires when the marquee has reached the end of its scroll position. It can only fire when the behavior attribute is set to alternate.

onfinish
Fires when the marquee has finished the amount of scrolling that is set by the loop attribute. It can only fire when the loop attribute is set to some number that is greater than 0.

onstart
Fires when the marquee starts scrolling.

Methods

start
Starts scrolling of the marquee.

stop
Stops scrolling of the marquee.

Examples

This text will scroll from right to left

This text will scroll from bottom to top



This text will bounce



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