Marquee

Shorthand to set the following marquee properties:

      element { marquee: Direction Play-count Style Speed;}

This shorthand is equivalent to the following:

element {
   marquee-direction: direction;
   marquee-play-count: iterations;
   marquee-style: style;
   marquee-speed: speed;
}

The default Marquee is left infinite scroll normal;

The marquee CSS properties are a replacement for the non-standard (but widely supported) HTML <marquee> tag.
The overflow-x property also has to be set before the marquee will take effect.

Examples:
h1 { Marquee: forwards infinite scroll fast; }
.ss64class { Marquee: reverse infinite scroll fast; }

#SS64id { Marquee: forwards infinite scroll normal; }

Try it:

A stationary object remains stationary if the sum of the forces acting upon it - resultant force - is zero. A moving object with a zero resultant force keeps moving at the same speed and in the same direction.

(CSS 4?) Browser Support: None. Use -webkit-marquee for Safari and Chrome.

“Come to the edge, he said. They said: We are afraid. Come to the edge, he said. They came. He pushed them and they flew” ~ Guillaume Apollinaire

Related:

marquee-direction - Direction of moving content.
marquee-play-count - The number of times a marquee box repeats.
marquee-style - Style of the moving content.
marquee-speed - How fast to scroll the content.


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