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we have a marguee that works in ie but not in netscape, we are using the same html codes for each. and it is as follows
<p><center><marquee
height="25" scrollamount="5" scrolldelay="120" width="85%"><b><font color="#FF00FF"><font size=+1>HR<sup>3</sup>
Welcomes you! You may want to check out the newest information - Yell Cave
and HR<sup>3</sup>'s involvement with Tennessee Nature Conservancy protecting
the endangered grey bat maternity colony! I think you will find it most
enjoyable. Also don't miss the newest links! Enjoy your visit!&nbsp;</font></font></b></marquee></center></p>
can you help..joe from tennessee
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It also does not work for me, within Netscape.
It seems to be an "extension" which is only supported by I.E.
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