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    <marqee> work in NS?

    Does the <marquee> tag work in NS now?
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    no. and even if it does, that's not an excuse to use it. moving text is bad
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    lol, I know what you mean. I was just wondering as I was going to have a scrolling text box when a user click a button but I have abandoned the idea because I don't know js and I don't really want it anymore.
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    Mozilla 1.1 incorporated XBL-emulation of <marquee> into the trunk in order to help gain acceptance in China, where something like the top 10 websites all use <marquee>.... even the China Lycos website!

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    in China, where something like the top 10 websites all use <marquee>....
    *shudder* ... <marquee> is almost as bad as <blink>...
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    Originally posted by redhead


    *shudder* ... <marquee> is almost as bad as <blink>...
    Want to see the code for IE to make it recognize the <blink> tag? <shudder>

    Like Frankenstein's monster, bad ideas keep coming back to life.


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