Tag MARQUEE

Description
Creates creeping line on the page. The content of the package <MARQUEE> allows scrolling of all the elements of the web page – images, text, tables, form elements, etc.
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Parametrs
Behavior defines motion type of the content of the package <MARQUEE>
Bgcolor background colour
Direction defines direction of the content of the package <MARQUEE>
Height defines height of the scrolling region
Hspace horizontal fields around the content
Loop defines how many times the content will be scrolled
Scrollamount speed of content motion
Scrolldelay movements delay in milliseconds
Truespeed cancels speed delimiter if the values of scrolldelay parameter are low.
Vspace vertical fields around the content
Width weight of the scrolling area
Closing Tag
Is optional
The Description of Tag <MARQUEE> Parameters
BEHAVIOR Parameter
Description
Defines the way of content motion in the element <marquee>.
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Arguments
Alternate content is transferred between left and right bounds of the element.
Scroll content is transferred in direction, which is defined by direction parameter, and is hidden beyond the area bound.
Slide content is transferred in direction, which is defined by direction parameter, moves to the area bound and stops.
Default value
Scroll
BGCOLOR Parameter
Description
Defines the background colour after the content of the <marquee> element.
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Arguments
The colour value can be defined in two ways.
1. By its title.
Browsers support some colours by their titles.
2. By hexadecimal value.
The numbers in the hexadecimal code are used for defining the colours. Hexadecimal system is based on the number 16. The numbers will be the following: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, F. The numbers from 10 to 15 are substituted for Latin letters. The numbers more than 15 in hexadecimal system are formed by addition two numbers to one.
Default value
Coincides with the background colour of the web page, it is usually white colour.
DIRECTION Parameter
Description
The content of the package <MARQUEE> can be transferred in four directions, not only left and right, but also up and down.
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Arguments
Down top-down motion
Left RTL motion
Right motion to the right side
Up upward motion
Default value
left
HEIGHT and WIDTH Parameter
Description
The element <MARQUEE> is imaged as rectangle, height and width of which are defined by HEIGHT and WIDTH parameters. Values in pixels and percents can be used. Width=’100%’ means that element will take all available weight of the web page.
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Arguments and positive integer in pixels or percents
Default value
Weight is 100% and height is 12 pixels.
HSPACE and VSPACE Parameter
Description
HSPACE and VSPACE parameter is aimed for adding the white around the content of <MARQUEE>. Attribute hspace defines the fields to the left and right of the element, and vspace – from the top to bottom.
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Arguments
Any positive integer in pixels
Default value
-1
LOOP Parameter
Description
Defines how many times the content of the tag <MARQUEE> will be scrolled.
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Arguments
Any positive integer or -1 to repeat motion.
Default value
-1
SCROLLAMOUNT Parameter
Description
Content animation of the element <MARQUEE> is used by means of periodical information erasing and its imaging in the new place. Scrollamount parameter defines the distance between old and new location in pixels and percents. If the value is 0, the motion does not take place.
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Arguments
Any positive integer of pixels
Default value
6
SCROLLDELAY Parameter
Description
The frequency of the content update has an effect on the scrolling speed. The scrolldelay parameter defines the movements delay in milliseconds.
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Arguments
Any positive integer of milliseconds.
Default value
85
TRUESPEED Parameter
Description
If the content of the tag <MARQUEE> transfers too fast, the speed limitation is activated, it decelerates the scrolling. It is used for saving readability. If you want to cancel this limitation, add truespeed parameter, it makes the content scrolling with defined speed.
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Arguments
No
Default value
This parameter is disabled by default.
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