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Where can I find a good javascript horrizontal linked logo scrolling bar?

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I'm helping create an event website with sponsors that will be featured in the header of the website. The sponsor bar is a long rectangular box. X number of logos will slowly scroll to the left continuously, evenly spaced from each other. If a logo is clicked, the visitor will go to that sponsor's website.

I can think of a way to build this in Flash easily, and am considering it. My company however would rather stick to javascript if possible.

I have access to jQuery in the Drupal website right off the bat if there is anything available for that first. I also look forward to any other examples or links that might be helpful.

Any thoughts? I look forward to them! Thank you much in advance.
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by:worldpeace
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Most browser support this HTML tag, so you don't even have to use JavaScript:

See attached code.
<marquee align="middle" style="MARGIN: 0px" vspace="0" id="Marquee" name="Marquee" truespeed  scrolldelay=35 scrollamount="1" direction="right" height="60" width="100%" onMouseOut="Marquee.start()" onMouseOver="Marquee.stop()">
	<table>
		<tr>
			<td><a href="page1.html"><img src="image1.jpg" height=60 width=150 border=0><br><font size=2>Caption 1</a></font></td>
			<td><a href="page2.html"><img src="image2.jpg" height=60 width=150 border=0><br><font size=2>Caption 2</a></font></td>
			<td><a href="page3.html"><img src="image3.jpg" height=60 width=150 border=0><br><font size=2>Caption 3</a></font></td>
		</tr>
	</table>
</marquee>

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by:Ultrus
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This helped. Thanks!
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