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scrollDelay attribute (marquee)

Browser support:
Specifies the time delay between successive displays of the text in a marquee element in milliseconds.
JavaScript page for this attribute: scrollDelay. You can find other example(s) there.

Possible values:

Integer that sets the delay, in milliseconds. The default is 80 in Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Safari, and 85 in Firefox and Opera.
Default: 85.

Example HTML code 1:

This example illustrates the use of the scrollDelay attribute:
<marquee style="width:200px;" scrolldelay="10">scrolldelay = 10</marquee>
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<marquee style="width:200px;" scrolldelay="200">scrolldelay = 200</marquee>
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