HTML Elements > MARQUEE
Stops the scrolling of the marquee element. The content remains on the screen in the precise position it was in when the method was invoked. Resta
Starts the marquee element scrolling if it has been stopped. If the method is invoked on a stopped element, the onstart event handler also fires
Specifies whether the browser should honor scrolldelay attribute settings below 60 milliseconds. The default setting ( false ) prevents accidenta
This is a number that indicates the sequence of this MARQUEE element within the tabbing order of all focusable elements in the document.
Provide the distance in pixels between the actual left or top edge of the MARQUEE element's physical content and the left or top edge of the visible p
This property of MARQUEE is same as the BODY's. Please see BODY's instead:
Specifies the amount of time in milliseconds between each drawing of the content. The greater the delay, the slower the text appears to scroll. See
Specifies the amount of space between positions of each drawing of the content. The greater the space, the faster the text appears to scroll. See al
Used with IE data binding, returns an integer representing the record within the data set that generated the MARQUEE element (i.e., an element whose c
Sets the number of times the element scrolls its content. After the final scroll, the content remains in a fixed position.
Provide the pixel measure of horizontal and vertical margins surrounding the element. The hspace property affects the left and right edges of the
Provide the height and width in pixels of the element. Changes to these values are immediately reflected in reflowed content on the page.
Gives focus from the current MARQUEE object, at which time the MARQUEE object's onfocus event fires
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