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Discussion in 'HTML' started by deaducky8, Mar 4, 2006.

  1. deaducky8

    deaducky8 Guest

    as i was making pages and learning things to do i got this cute idea and as
    i began with this idea i added onto it. a picture of a hamster moves across
    the screen. when you hover over it it stops moving (though im thinking about
    keeping it moving) and the cursor changes to a crosshair. basically i need
    to know how to make the marquee bounce instead of keep going and coming out
    the other side..also when i click the picture i want it to change into
    another picture. can anyone help me? (does that even make sense??) here is
    the code i used.

    <marquee onMouseover="this.scrollAmount=0" onMouseout="this.scrollAmount=5">
    <h5><img
    src=http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v601/deaducky8/hamham.gif></h5>
    </marquee>
     
    deaducky8, Mar 4, 2006
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    Aaron Gray Guest

    > as i was making pages and learning things to do i got this cute idea and
    > as i began with this idea i added onto it. a picture of a hamster moves
    > across the screen. when you hover over it it stops moving (though im
    > thinking about keeping it moving) and the cursor changes to a crosshair.
    > basically i need to know how to make the marquee bounce instead of keep
    > going and coming out the other side..also when i click the picture i want
    > it to change into another picture. can anyone help me? (does that even
    > make sense??) here is the code i used.
    >
    > <marquee onMouseover="this.scrollAmount=0"
    > onMouseout="this.scrollAmount=5">
    > <h5><img
    > src=http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v601/deaducky8/hamham.gif></h5>
    > </marquee>


    That ranks with the mouse cursor that is an image of a mouse that leaves
    droppings in the browsers window.

    You need JavaScript for that.

    Aaron
     
    Aaron Gray, Mar 4, 2006
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