Width This sets how wide the marquee should be. The default value is 6. People often had very strong opinions about the use of this element — both positive and negative. Text disappears when looping finishes. The value of this attribute can be: left, right, up or down scrolldelay provides a feature whose value will be used for delaying among each jump. What does Marquee Tag do? Using this tag, you can give your images a horizontal scroll from right to left, left to right or a vertical scroll top to bottom, or bottom to top. Marquee scrolldelay Attribute Scrolldelay attribute given delay in number.
Users only get one chance every time it scrolls past. Feel free to experiment with these settings to see the effect they have on your scrolling images. The default value is 85. Marquee Attributes The tag accepts a number of attributes some of which are included in the above examples. After the completion of loop text disappears. Attribute Description behavior It facilitates user to set the behavior of the marquee to one of the three different types: scroll, slide and alternate.
Marquee moves the content by displaying the content, then delaying for some short period of time, then displaying the content again in a new position. Any question about the marquee tag will draw a lot of flack and obscure the real question. This is an example of a alternate marquee. The different attributes of tag are: Attribute Description width provides the width or breadth of a marquee. Not for use in new websites. The value of this are scroll, slide and alternate. Web browser windows are neither small, nor non-interactive we have scrollbars , so the benefits of scrolling text are lost and you are left only with the drawbacks which are that it is harder to read, and distracting when users are trying to read other parts of the page.
This can easily frustrate users. This code creates a marquee that is 200 pixes wide and 50 pixels tall: Happy Halloween! Marquee is not about presentation. It can only fire when the behavior attribute is set to alternate. I just thought that a brief discussion of this tag would be helpful for the site. The value is in milliseconds. The default value is 6. Let's take an example of marquee scrolling to the right.
Marquee moves the content by displaying the content, then delaying for some short period of time, then displaying the content again in a new position. This is stuff after the marquee Is it inline? I noticed that there is no mention of the tag. Loop This sets how many times the marquee should 'Loop' its text. Once it disappears from the left, it re-appears from the right. Slide-In Images This image slides in from the right then stops. However, used lightly and with taste and understanding that it will never render everywhere , isn't such a bad tag. This is marquee , scrolling text.
Output: This is an example of a scroll marquee. Try to avoid using it. But whether you loved or hated it, it did serve the purpose of making content that overflowed the box boundaries visible. This is marquee text with scrollamount. Because marquee text moves, links within it are more difficult to click than those in static text, depending on the speed and length of the scrolling. It is used to scroll the text from right to left, and restarts at the right side of the marquee when it is reached to the end of left side. Continuous scrolling text This marquee causes the text to scroll continuously from right to left.
There really was no need to answer it. Browser Compatibility Some browsers don't render the jumping effect. Marquee Direction Attribute Direction attributes used to give the direction to the marquee content. The value of this is left, right, top, up and down. Browser support for this element is limited and using it may produce unexpected results.