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A friend showed me a HTML line that looks like this:

<marquee bgcolor="#cccccc" loop="-1" scrollamount="2" width="100%"> Message here</marquee>

Because marquee element is not available in editing mode, i tried to make a CSS for him in MediaWiki:Wikia.css, even though i'm not really goon in creating new CSS. It looks like this:

.marquee style { 

However, it doesn't work. Can someone please take a look and see if he (or she) can find hte problem? or perhaps, the whole structure of my CSS is incorrect? Please reply.
Penguin-Pal (talk) 15:46, July 7, 2012 (UTC)

The marquee element is not supported in HTML 5, so I don't recommend using it. As for your code, it used an incorrect selector (correct would be marquee, not .marquee style) and obsolete, unsupported HTML 4 attributes, not CSS. If you wish, I can post a CSS version, but the whole element is unsupported so I'm not sure whether you'd like that. Cheers! TK999 19:26, July 7, 2012 (UTC)