what marquee can I use that will work in both IE and netscape that lets me display messages

Hello,

I would like to have a marquee that is made of both text and links that stops when the mouse is moved over the link.

It is my understanding that marquees only work with the IE environment so what other option is there?

thanks in advance,

Don
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minichickenCommented:
Hi dprice7

I tried this on both IE and netscape (version7.1) and it works perfectly according to your specifications:


<marquee onMouseOver="this.stop();" onMouseOut="this.start();">
<a href="#">This is a text marquee with link and it stops when you mouse over and starts again when you mouse out </a>
</marquee>
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