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How do i get a scrolling section on my webpage. For news headlines or testimonials.

Please help
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Ray PaseurConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I have a lot of gray hair.

I think you need some JavaScript to go with the CSS, and Dynamic Drive has plenty of samples.  Personally, I like the scrollers that pause when you put your mouse over them.
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Ray PaseurCommented:
Check out Dynamic Drive - just Google it.  They have the best collection anywhere!
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alien109Commented:
auto scroll or manual scroll?

the most simple solution is to use a div, and using css, set its overflow property to auto.

css:
#scroller {
   width:200px;
    hieght:200px;
    overflow:auto;
}

html:

<div id="scroller">
<!-- insert scrollable content here -->
</div>
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protypeAuthor Commented:
HOW THE HELL DO YOU KNOW THIS STUFF:

Thank you that is just what i need
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protypeAuthor Commented:
alien109

I would like both options
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protypeAuthor Commented:
I like the scrollers that pause when you put your mouse over them.

This is what i was looking for because it makes since for a user to pause them.

Thanks again

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