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Using the <marquee> tag
Author: Jim Stiles

Here is a list of the property attributes that can be associated with the marquee tag.

HEIGHT="----" denotes height of the marquee. Do it in percentage of the screen height.
WIDTH="----" denotes width of the marquee. Do it in percentage of the screen width.
ALIGN="----" top, left, or middle in the marquee banner.
DIRECTION="----" left or right. That's where the text comes from. Right is default.
BEHAVIOR="----" "scroll" is default, "slide" has the text come in and stop, "alternate" makes the text come from both sides every other time.
HSPACE="----" tells the marquee how much space to leave on each side of the text. Denote this in pixels.
VSPACE="----" denotes the top and bottom space before the text. Do this in pixels.
SCROLLAMOUNT="----" tells the browser how much space between successive scrolls. Do this in pixels.
SCROLLDELAY="----" denotes the number of milliseconds (thousands) between each scroll.

Place the below code within the marquee tag To get this result
behavior="scroll" direction="left" Scroll from the left
behavior="scroll" direction="right" Scroll from the right
behavior="scroll" direction="up" Scroll up
behavior="scroll" direction="down" Scroll down
behavior=slide direction="left" Slide in from right and stop at left margin
behavior="alternate" Go back and forth between margins
behavior="alternate" bgcolor="teal" height="50" Add different height and color
behavior="scroll" direction="left" scrollamount="5" Change the movement speed
behavior="scroll" direction="left" scrollamount="1" This is speed 1
behavior="scroll" direction="left" scrollamount="7" This is speed 7
behavior="scroll" direction="left" scrollamount="15" This is speed 15
behavior="scroll" direction="left" scrollamount="23" This is speed 23
LOGO
bgcolor="lime" Add a background color
You can also put them together to make an interesting marquee
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Here is one way the marquee is used to show special effects:

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