HTML and CSS Reference
22.214.171.124. The align attribute
The popular browsers place <marquee> text into the surrounding body
content just as if it were an embedded image. As a result, you can align
the marquee within the surrounding text.
The align attribute accepts a value of top , middle , or bottom , meaning
that the specified point of the marquee will be aligned with the corres-
ponding point in the surrounding text. Thus:
aligns the top of the marquee area with the top of the surrounding text.
Also see the height , width , hspace , and vspace attributes (later in this
chapter), which control the dimensions of the marquee.
126.96.36.199. The behavior, direction, and loop attributes
Together, these three attributes control the style, direction, and dura-
tion of the scrolling in your marquee.
The behavior attribute accepts three values:
This value causes the marquee to act like the grand marquee in
Times Square: the marquee area is initially empty; the text then
scrolls in from one side (controlled by the direction attribute), con-
tinues across until it reaches the other side of the marquee, and
then scrolls off until the marquee is once again empty.