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Is there a tutorial on CSS/HTML 5 on Scrolling text/graphics?  I'm interested in how to do this functionality but with CSS/HTML5:
http://preview.go-yamamoto.com/banners/Xcel/2016_AlwaysDelivering_LAUNCH/2016_B2BEDA_DBA_Sav_300x250_CO/2016_B2BEDA_DBA_Sav_300x250_CO.html
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James Bilous earned 1000 total points
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Yep, you can use CSS animations. You can find a comprehensive run down here: CSS Animations
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Before you make a commitment to CSS animations, you might want to check the browser support.  Or at least you will want to create CSS animations that degrade gracefully when someone comes to your site with, eg, IE9.
http://www.w3schools.com/css/css3_animations.asp

You can also do this with jQuery and an API, like so.  This will probably be better supported "cross-browser."
https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/11357/Upgrading-the-Marquee-Tag-with-jQuery.html
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