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CSS property: marquee-direction

Availability

BlackBerry® Device Software 4.7.1 or later

Usage

all non-replaced block-level elements, table cells, and inline-block elements

Inherited

yes

Default value

forward

The marquee-direction property specifies the direction that the BlackBerry® Browser scrolls the content when you specify overflow: scroll for the element.

The values for this property are relative to the values that you specify for the overflow-style and direction properties.

The BlackBerry Browser often sets the direction property based on the default language of the BlackBerry device.

Property values

Value

Description

forward

This value indicates that the content scrolls forward through the block box, relative to the values that are set for the overflow-style and direction properties.

  • If the overflow-style: marquee-line and direction: ltr styles are set on or inherited by the element, the content scrolls from left to right through the block box.
  • If the overflow-style: marquee-line and direction: rtl styles are set on or inherited by the element, the content scrolls from right to left through the block box.
  • If the overflow-style: marquee-block style is set on or inherited by the element, the content scrolls upward through the block box.

reverse

This value indicates that the content scrolls backwards through the block box, relative to the values that are set for the overflow-style and direction properties.

  • If the overflow-style: marquee-line and direction: ltr styles are set on or inherited by the element, the content scrolls from right to left through the block box.
  • If the overflow-style: marquee-line and direction: rtl styles are set on or inherited by the element, the content scrolls from left to right through the block box.
  • If the overflow-style: marquee-block style is set on or inherited by the element, the content scrolls downward through the block box.

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