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  • #22814

    alwas56
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    Could anyone tell me how can i make a text ‘passing by'( to the left or to the right)?

    #48088

    Edwin
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    What do you exactly mean with ‘passing by’?

    #48089

    Banzaiaap
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    I think he means marquee text. :)

    #48092

    alwas56
    Member

    Yeah, a moving text.

    Thanks Banzaiaap, I’ve found this link http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/tut/tut17.html
    But I didn’t understand:
    "Never use the <marquee> tag"

    Why? It’s working perfectly in Opera, Firefox and IE6.

    #48093

    box
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    "alwas56" wrote:
    "Never use the <marquee> tag"

    Why?…

    Because you shouldn’t use html tags that add styling or behaviour to your document. The tag used for your content should describe that contents meaning and not its visual style. Styling should be separate from the content which is why we use external stylesheets. Similarly, behaviour is controlled using external javascript sheets.
    As scrolling text would be deemed a behaviour (in my opinion, but I’m willing to be corrected on this) I would suggest looking for a javascript solution.

    #48094

    alwas56
    Member

    Thanks.

    #48096

    Chris Coyier
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    jQuery. Always there to help a brother out.

    http://www.gcmingati.net/wordpress/wp-c … imate.html

    #48445

    al_m473
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    trying to use the jQuery function to scroll a message, and it is not working for me,
    what am I doing wrong?

    The jquery.li-scroller.1.0.js file is in the same folder as the html code for the example.

    Code:

    Template

    $(function(){
    $(“ul#ticker01”).liScroll();
    });

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    #48461

    al_m473
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    solved my own problem, took the html/css example and modified it to work,
    found that I had deleted too much of the CSS code, it needed the CSS code
    that formats the display areas

    Al

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