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Marquee scores and make linkbutton Jquery

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Hey EE I have scores and I want to do two things turn 1 turn the status into a hyperlink or linkbutton something that just you click and it displays game id and 2nd I need scores to scroll like a marquee and at the end repeat itself. Attached are html with scores and xml data file. Thanks EE
On a mouse hover i need the score box to stop or pause. And status is the date time or Final text thats what I need to become a clickable linkbutton which holds and displays game id when clicked. I tried to do this and need your assistance.

Unfortunately the logos are on our Dev Webserver hidden from the public but attached file gives you the material needed to do this. Good Luck
DailyNHL.html
nHL.xml
NCAAFB.xml
DailyNCAA.html
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by:Chris Stanyon
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Hey Tom,

Despite the previous questions I've helped you out with, this site is not simply a 'please do my job' kind of site. The last 4 or 5 questions I've helped you on should have given you enough code samples to at least help you develop your own applications.

The documents you've attached are simple copies of exactly what I posted in a previous question - you don't seem to have made any attempt to do this yourself.

As I've said before - just copying and pasting my code won't help you learn - that's why I heavily commented it. As a developer, it's very important for you to understand the code you're using, not just paste someone else's code. If you don't understand, then every time you need to make an adjustment, you'll be back here asking an Expert to do it for you.

If you want me to do your job, I can - but I'm not cheap :)

If you want me to help you develop your own code, then at least make some effort to do it yourself - use Google, use the jQuery site, and then when you get stuck on a specific problem, or would like some advice on best-practice, ask here.

FYI - I really don't need Good Luck - I know what I'm doing ;)
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Ok Chris no problem I'll try to get this but if I have a question I hope you'll be there
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I'll be here...

I don't mean to be mean, but you will get more out of this if you learn it yourself - with our guidance of course :)

Your best bet is to start with what you've got and try to add one piece of functionality at a time. Start by creating a link for the Status text. You've got all the code you need to do this from previous questions.

Once you've done that, attach the game ID to the link, and then finally bind a click event to it, to show the game ID.

Once that's all working, move on to the scrolling marquee.

As always - If you get stuck, ask :)
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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by:Chris Stanyon
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Hey Tom,

There's no need to delete it if you don't want to. Just continue engaging in this one. If you do delete and re-ask, be sure to let me know.

Good luck with it
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I didn't do enough research that's why I wanted to delete and post later.
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