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The Silky Smooth Marquee

By: OSH Editorial    In: CSS Javascript jQuery

Karma - Responsive bootstrapped webapp

As we abused the Internet back in the 90 with tags like and the last 10 years have seen the gradual extinction of these proprietary tags until we did full circle and the marquee effect appears in CSS 3.

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There’s actually a very strong business case and requirement for the marquee tag – since the only the alternative is often a hacky solution (I feel) that shifts the CSS left position which, depending on your browser, will begin to eat away at your CPU.

Funnily enough, the marquee tag is pretty well supported amongst the browser, but the actual effect is poorly executed natively (which is kind of odd if it’s built directly in to the browser). So let’s solve this with JavaScript.

See a demo here

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May 18, 2011

Can you tell me better link of a smooth marque

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