Congratulations on choosing this enhancing applet from DanCity. Please read through the following Licence agreement before using the software.
Copyright © 1999 Dan MacFarlane.
At all times the software remains Copyright © 1999 Dan MacFarlane. The licensee shall not modify, decompile, disassemble, decrypt, extract, or otherwise reverse engineer Software. Any work derived from the software may not be distributed without the explicit permission of the author.
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The DanCity scroller seen below is a very easy to use applet that can spruce up your website. It has the facility to include images and hypertext links within the scroll text, and you can drag the text forwards and backwards. Go on, don't be shy - have a go!
How To Use ItFollow these simple steps to include the scroller on your web page.
<APPLET ARCHIVE="Scroller.jar" CODE="Scroller.class" width=450 height=20> <PARAM NAME="copyright" VALUE="(c) 1999 Dan MacFarlane. http://www.dancity.com/"> <PARAM NAME="text" VALUE=" ...scroll text here... "> </APPLET>The text you choose to use for the text parameter can include images, by inserting an appropriate image tag, and also links by inserting an anchor tag where the value parameter is the link text. For example:
"The <img src='scroller.gif'> applet from <a href='http://www.dancity.com' value='DanCity'>!"
Optional ParametersThe following parameters can be set to alter the appearance of the Scroller:
<PARAM NAME="background" VALUE="#000000"> <PARAM NAME="textcol" VALUE="#ffffff"> <PARAM NAME="linkcol" VALUE="#0000ff">
If You Experience Problems
The applet has been tested and you should not experience problems. However, the unforeseen
may arise. If you do have problems with this applet then you should first of all consult the Using Java Applets FAQ
which can be found here (soon).
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