Discussion in 'Website Design Forum:' started by solvaworld, Dec 15, 2009.
Hmm will it be as effective though especially on a graphic background created in photoshop?
Don't use marque! Will sliding text actually add anything to your design? Answer that one as harshly and honestly as you possibly can as sliding/animated text can so easily look pants.
Marquee is surely the best thing to use for this situation
However, if you honestly feel that you want sliding text, and aren't trying to compete with World's Worst Website then you really should rethink what you are doing
(its a bit pants)
Marquee is never right in any situation. It's presentational and deprecated markup.
does <blink> still work?
Marquee is a big no no!
It looks ametuer (cant spell)
Well it works but it's still wrong lol.
What do you think is the best way to recreate something like that? Flash, Java
well seens as the item you showed is a flash piece. flash?!
Ok so in that case back to my initial question, what is the best way of incorperating a flash file into my web page?
In this instance I would use flash as it a simple animation and it will give you the flexibility you need.
Yes I think that is the best course of action, any ideas how I go about incorporating animated text made in flash onto a web page banner
I'll say again, do you really need animated text? It's sooooo tacky.
Really I quite like it, must be because I am an amatuer not sure whether I will go with it in the end but I would like to know how to add it to a web page in any case I think
why do you want to have animated text solva? is it absolutely necessary? If it is what sort of web banner are you doing? If it is a flash text you want to make then why not make the whole banner in flash and just make the rest of it static and make the text animate? That would be one option
hmm that could be an idea, In any case I still need to learn how to add any form of flash file into a web page
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