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    I was looking for a news scroller that I can place in my navigational system to display news. (It will be placed over on the far right in a table, my whole site is a series of tables....) I would welcome any and all scripts/coding that is available. Thanks in advance.

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    htp://javascript.internet.com

    thers some on there

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    Senior Member energizze's Avatar
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    use:
    <marquee>news</marquee>


    put that in your html source and anything within the <marquee> tags will scroll.

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    That's IE only, BTW.
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    htp://javascript.internet.com will not view, it says that their site is too busy. And as for the <marquee> I was wanting it to be a square and scroll upwards.

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    Senior Member energizze's Avatar
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    use <div> tags and for NS use <layer> tags althought now NS have got there act together i think it will accept <div> tags.



    some thing like the file attached.

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    Senior Member assassingod's Avatar
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    That is rather slow. Using DHTML, you could one of the many good scripts over at DynamicDrive
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    Wow, thankz man, I had no idea it was that simple. (I guess I just always try to make things the hard way....I was already makin it in flash...lol)

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    Senior Member energizze's Avatar
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    you can easily speed that up. i just put it to that speed when i was progging it.

    and that is DHTML


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