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Are there other " Scrolling Widgets " ?

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In progress Are there other " Scrolling Widgets " ?

Post by azwiz on January 22nd 2015, 6:59 am

Are there other ways to get a widget to scroll besides " LATEST or RECENT TOPICS " ?

Ok thank you . I guess I shouldn't have asked . Not ready to figure out codes yet .

Don't know what that means .

What I asked isn't exactly what I am trying to figure out . I have another widget that is " NEWS " it displays the contents of a forum of choice . I think what I wanted to know is can a widget like that one have scrolling options too ?

I wish I could figure out how to quote single sentences . It is so easy in other forums

I would like to know what all that means below . And what replaces what ? The codes ?

I say I would like to know but I am ready . So lets just stop here . Sorry to waste your time .


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In progress Re: Are there other " Scrolling Widgets " ?

Post by Ange Tuteur on January 22nd 2015, 7:20 am

Hello @azwiz,

It depends, which widget would you like to scroll ? While we're on the topic, you can also create custom widgets that scroll content using the <marquee> element. Add this to a widget if you like :
Code:
<marquee direction="up" scrollamount="2">
  <div onmouseover="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','0')" onmouseout="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','2')">Mouse over to stop me !</div>
</marquee>

You can replace the following in the code above with whatever you like.
Code:
  <div onmouseover="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','0')" onmouseout="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','2')">Mouse over to stop me !</div>

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