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Vertical Scroller - Multiple Message Vertical Scroller V7.0
Dhtml Vertical News Ticker runs any number of messages
each as large as desired regardless of the scrolling area size.

1.Javascript Vertical Scrolling runs messages along 2 Patterns:
   - Singles: showing & pausing one at a time - larger pause at top;
     if smaller pause at choice: at top or automatically be centered.
   - More: showing as many as they fit within area at a time, all go
     equidistant with a blank space being inserted after every one,
     each & every message pausing when reaches the top edge.
2.Vertical News Scrolling Javascript - First message may start:
   - at the bottom then scroll up and pause centered or at top.
   - right in a pausing position in scrolling area - centered or at top.
3.Vertical Text Scroller will adjust wider rows to fit the area's width.
4.You may opt for Speed-change Live / Stop-Resume: may
   change speed or stop scrolling then resume later from there.
5.When Vertical Text Scroller JavaScript Recall option is chosen,
   at the end of the cycle scrolling stops and you may call up any
   Message/Image instantaneously, otherwise scrolling goes on.
6.Vertical Ticker other adjustables: Speed,Pause,Size,Background.
7.Javascript Vertical Text Scrolling allows most basic HTML code.
   Images may be used instead of messages as a Slide Show.
8.It allows local, internal & external Style Sheets and also local,
   internal & any external/remote javascript-text-friendly-code
   source to feed Javascript Vertical Text Ticker messages from.

Zip Delivery: appropriate cut&paste & js sections & clear,simple
instructions with scrolling DEMOs running actual Scrollers js code.

Implementation*: cut&paste & set: CSS, Pattern: Singles or More,
Width and Height in pixels, Speed, Pause, Background, Other avail
Options, Messages: 0 through n. Use iframes for 2 on same page.

WIN/LINUX:(+) ie firefox chrome opera safari mozilla ns6 ns4 ...
                MAC OS X: safari firefox chrome ie opera ...
Note*: If any, the web page may use DOCTYPE for (X)HTML documents,
including W3C strict Standards_compliant mode.