How to use marquees
 
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How to use marquees

This applies to Internet Explorer only, but if done properly, you'll create a great effect without taking anything away from the Netscape user (who will simply see normal, static text). The simplest way to put a marquee on your page is this:

<marquee bgcolor = cornsilk>
Welcome to my realm on the Net!
</marquee>

You will get this:

Welcome to my realm on the Net!


Note: You can change the background color (yellow) to the color of your choice. Also, pay attention not to use long sentences, and always check how the text looks in Netscape!

If you'd like more control, you can specify the width and height of your marquee:

<marquee width="300" height="23">
Do you like it?
</marquee>

Here's what you'll get:

Do you like it?


OK. Many people asked about the bouncing text, so here it is:

<marquee behavior=alternate bgcolor=cornsilk>
All the best from Free Webmaster Tips!
</marquee>

And you'll get this:

All the best from Free Webmaster Tips!

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