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    Marquee

    Don't know if this is a true graphic question, but . . .
    How can you seperate text in a scroling Marquee message?

    At: www.****************.com/pasta3.Html I need to eliminate the dots between my toll free phone number.

    Thanks,
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    Last edited by HTML; 05-05-2004 at 06:16 PM.

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    A graphic is an image your marquee is text.
    HTML Code:
    <MARQUEE BEHAVIOR=SCROLL marquee width="100%" HEIGHT=35 WIDTH=700 >
    <FONT SIZE=+7><FONT COLOR="White"><I> 800 861 4844
      <FONT SIZE=+7><Strong><FONT COLOR="#CC0033">...... 
       <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844
        <FONT COLOR="#CC0033">......
         <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844
          <FONT COLOR="#CC0033">......
           <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844
            <FONT COLOR="#CC0033">......
             <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844
              <FONT COLOR="#CC0033">......
                <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844
                 <FONT COLOR="#CC0033">......
                  <FONT COLOR=""White">800 861 4844
     <FONT SIZE=+7><FONT COLOR="#CC0033">...... 
       <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844
        <FONT COLOR="#CC0033">......
         <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844
          <FONT COLOR="#CC0033">......
           <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844
            <FONT COLOR="#CC0033">......
             <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844
              <FONT COLOR="#CC0033">......
                <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844
                 <FONT COLOR="##CC0033">......
                  <FONT COLOR="White">800 861 4844</Strong></FONT></I> </MARQUEE>
    remove the ....s and the associated font tags, and insert
    HTML Code:
    &nbsp;
    to add a space.

    2 other things, you really need to run that page through an HTML validator, the code is horrific. Also, have you considered that your mp3 is copyrighted by somebody else, and you could possibly find yourself in trouble for using it? Besides the hassle placing music on a personal site is very amateurish, on a site trying to sell I would assume it is a kid who is too young to to legally enter into a sales contract, thus would buy elsewhere.

    Dave

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    Marquee

    Thanks Dave!
    That worked.
    What is a HTML Validator and how does it help.
    Also, the music on the pages work. My industry is rather dull and I'm the only guy with pages like this.
    Plus, sales is a numbers game and you'll never sell everyone.
    As far as the music; that piece is public domain.

    Thanks Again,
    Jack

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    The HTML validator is located in our webmaster tools section, link is at the top of every page.

    Dave

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    Thanks Dave!
    Will it alter my page at all?

    Jack

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackKing
    Thanks Dave!
    Will it alter my page at all?

    Jack
    It does nothing to your page but check it for errors, it is up to you to correct the mistakes it points out.

    Dave



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