Vertical Scrolling using HTML Marquee

Blogger implements the marquee command,
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In blogger "compose" mode, it ignores the settings such as:
  • direction="up" (for vertical scroll)
  • height="300" (for controlling height of vertical scroll)
  • scrollamount="2" (for controlling the speed of the scroll)
  • scrolldelay="20" (for controlling the delay before scrolling starts
One published the effect is implemented.
Find the code here 

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This post contains some responses to questions that I have been asked by various people over the last few years. In most cases, I have also posted the information on relevant online community forums such as moodle.org. I hope that you find this useful. Stephen Digby