This is a default horizontal rule
To change directions change the values to a
minus, xspeed=1 becomes xspeed=-1
You can set the speed values higher, but the
page is rather jerky, does not scroll smoothly,
recommend using the lower values.
1..animated gifs may not work, or page will be very slow. They may even slow down some functions. 2..do not use a lot of text on a scrolling background, it is very hard to read. Scroll Horizontally:
"bar" across your background. This is what you had at the top of your code:
&/or line break
tags. Sometimes the browser will ignore the string of tags & treat it as maybe only one or two such tags, regardless of how many you use. The spacer tag is a bit versatile. In the instance where you want a large area of "white-space", you can use the block attribute. It's format is
tag before & after the spacer tag, you get the following effect. Note that the height & width attributes are required for the block spacer tag. The alignment attribute is only used with the block spacer tag. The size attribute is used only with the horizontal or vertical spacer tag. Preformatted text "There are times when you want your text to appear just the way you have typed it. You can do this by placing a
tag at the
beginning of the passage, and a
tag at the end. Your text will appear in
a fixed-pitch (typewriter) font and
retain any tabs, line feeds, multiple
spaces, etc. that you may have included.
There was a young man from
who bought himself a new
He had room for his
and a gallon of gas
but his tie
hung out and
Put this in the sig........