marquee

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Non-Standard

Summary

Nonstandard. Defines a scrolling area (usually horizontal) of text.


Overview Table

DOM Interface HTMLMarqueeElement

No, really. don't use it.


Compatibility

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Desktop

FeaturesChromeFirefoxInternet ExplorerOperaSafari
Basic support
1.0
Yes
1.0
Yes
2.0
Yes
7.2
Yes
1.2
Yes
truespeed attribute
?
none
?
Unknown
4.0
Yes
?
none
?
none
hspace/vspace attribute
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
loop attribute
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
?
Unknown

Mobile

FeaturesAndroidFirefox MobileIE MobileOpera MobileSafari Mobile
Basic support
?
Unknown
1.0
Yes
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
truespeed attribute
?
Unknown
1.0
Yes
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
hspace/vspace attribute
?
Unknown
1.0
Yes
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
loop attribute
?
Unknown
1.0
Yes
?
Unknown
?
Unknown
?
Unknown


Notes

Remarks

The default width of the MARQUEE element is equal to the width of its parent element. When a MARQUEE is in a TD that does not specify a width, you should explicitly set the width of MARQUEE. If neither the MARQUEE nor the TD has a width specified, the marquee is collapsed to a 1-pixel width. To create a vertically scrolling marquee, set its scrollLeft property to 0. To create a horizontally scrolling marquee, set its scrollTop property to 0, overriding any script setting. The scrollLeft and scrollTop properties are read-only while the marquee is scrolling. When not scrolling, scrollLeft is read/write for a marquee set to scroll horizontally and scrollTop is read/write for a marquee set to scroll vertically.

Attribution

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Portions of this content come from the Microsoft Developer Network: [Windows Internet Explorer API reference Article]