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Vertical Marquee

Posted on 1998-06-16
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Once I've seen a marquee that scrolls vertically without using any applet. I've forgotten the HTML code for it and that's why I'm posting this. All that I remember is that the code of the vertical marquee is the same as any horizontal scrolling marquee except there's one more line.
Please help me.
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I would use a java applet because the code probably was vbscript, and that only runs in IE or Netscape with NCompassLabs' vbscript program.
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