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Add "Ticker" in HTML code ?

Posted on 1998-08-02
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How to create ticker in HTML , which user can click to link to new page.
We are using Cold Fusion to develope our homepage( .CFM) , need the ticker to diaplay
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jbirk earned 30 total points
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Well I have bad news for you.

IE 4 supports something called a Marque tag, but this only scrolls one message, and is only IE 4.  If you want to do this with more than one message or make it more browser compatible, you need javascript.  Usually people make the marque's using a form text box, but this can't be a link.  If you want to make it a link, you have to use a form button (which doesn;t look as good).  I can make you such an item, but not for only 30 points.  If you'd like to just copy one from somewhere else, goto:
http://scrolls.javascriptsource.com/

-Josh
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