This Note replaces a draft specification for CSS features relating to a “marquee” effect. The specification is no longer being developed.
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This specification has been discontinued. The CSS Working Group did not find enough implementations and at this point no further work is planned.
The “marquee” effect is a method of handling overflow in CSS. It tells the user agent to slowly move the contents of a box back and forth so that, over time, all of the contents is visible at least once. It can replace a scroll bar or other scrolling mechanism and requires no user interaction.
Development of the marquee features of CSS has been abandoned. See the previous-version link above for a description of the earlier proposals.
Note that a somewhat similar effect of moving text can be achieved with generic CSS animations [CSS3-ANIMATIONS].