Is marquee an element of html?
I learned about marquee through another html study, but haven't ran into it on the course. isn't it part of html?
@Alvaro wrote: "maybe with JS or CSS transitions one could achieve the same result" Purely in CSS, you can do close behavior, but handling all parameters of <marquee> ms-tag just in Css isn't possible ( setting speed isn't done by same way at all, in example ), but you can reproduce it with JS... Check this code: https://code.sololearn.com/WvrAw2VeMoHu/#html I've started to write some stuff to do marquee substitute... It's already working as pure CSS, but still work in progress ( in fact stopped: I doesn't know if and when I will continue :P ) on JS handler part ( but it's far advanced anyway )...
Yes it is. Edit: @Álvaro Thank you for correcting me. The element is obsolete anyway.
AFAIK <marquee> is not part of the HTML standard. It's a proprietary tag by MS Internet Explorer.
@Patrik: I didn't want to correct you✌, just wanted to share my opinion after having googled a little bit. And yes, we shouldn't use <marquee> anymore –maybe with JS or CSS transitions one could achieve the same result.
thank you for the answers.
lol it figures.. obsolete Google Android app not updated since 2013.. thanx guys