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jScroller2 is a JavaScript Autoscroller

LicenseCopyright (c) 2008 Markus Bordihn (markusbordihn.de) Dual licensed under the MIT (MIT-LICENSE.txt) and GPL (GPL-LICENSE.txt) licenses.

DesciptionThis Autoscroller is Crossbrowser compatible and also w3c compatible, because its dont used marquee. I code this Scroller for my own Webpage, why i dont want to use the marquee Methode. This Verions is an improved Version from jScroller for jQuery and dont need jQuery anymore.

Features of jScroller2It is W3C compatible Display also a Content with deactivated JavaScript Works on different Browser also under Mac OS Pause the Scroller when the Screen is left Scroll every Content No additional Javascript Coding is needed Endless Scrolling Multiple Scrolling on one Page at the same Time Better Timing

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autoscroller crossbrowser endless javascript jscroller2 scroller w3c

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