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    looking for a property or effect that moves a sentence from r-l or l-r

    is there a css property where a sentence literary moves from right-to-left or left-to-right and vanish as it reaches its margins ends.

    To make it clear I am not talking about the "direction:rtl;" property which able a reader to read from right or left direction I mean moving a sentence and vanish it as it reach its margin ends.

    PS: it would be more like an effect.

    thank you.

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    Are you talking about a scrolling marquee effect ?

    If so there are plenty of scripts about that will do that cross browser but be warned that most users hate scrolling text.

    Or did you mean something entirely different?

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    Hey paul thank you for the response.

    Yes I meant the marquee tag. It does work and move a text from left to right. Is there to a way to accelerate the speed of the move?

    I wonder why user won't like that effect.

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    You can speed it up using the attribute "scrollamount" and slow it down with "scrolldelay" - see here for more info.

    Why is it disliked?

    Read on:

    http://www.builderau.com.au/program/...9280195,00.htm

    http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/tut/tut17.html


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