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    HTML Image Marquee | Help needed

    I am having some trouble using the HTML Image Marquee... The images are rotating fine, but after the last image a certain gap comes in between and then it restarts from the 1st image...



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    I might be being silly but I can't see the marquee...

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    HTML Image Marquee

    I ahve this code on my site and its a problem there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by socialfactory View Post
    I ahve this code on my site and its a problem there...
    Hi Mate - did you forgot to attach something?

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    I may be being unduly suspicious, but I think this is just spamming.....which is why there's no marquee.
    That link is in the OP's signature rather than a link relevant to his post.

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    Yea looks that way doesn't it!

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    The OP forgot to say which JavaScript image marquee script they are using (as there's no such thing as an HTML marquee).
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    Don't forget to start your JavaScript code with "use strict"; which makes it easier to find errors in your code.

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    Odd that a spammer would actually reply to a post...lol
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