A piece of plastic which advertises your game. Usually, this is above head level, is backlit, and is rectangular. In most arcade machines, this is the primary piece of advertisement. Many "conversions" will lack the side art, control panel overlay, and other artwork.
Index Definition: Marquee Description: An Internet Explorer tag that creates a scrolling text area.
a box you draw around one or more objects on your workpage
a cool HTML element that scrolls anything you put inside
a line of scrolling text that moves from one side of the Web page to the other
an excellent way to draw attention to text
a rectangular banner region of moving/scrolling content allowing many different movement behaviors
a region on a page that displays scrolling text when the page is viewed in a Web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer
a rigid, rectangular structure attached to the building with rigid poles supporting it from above
a scrolling content pane which can move text , images , links , anything in different directions
a selection of text that scrolls or slides across the screen when a web page is loaded
a simple tag that makes text scroll
Text box in a Web page that displays a scrolling message.
A piece of text that scrolls across a browser document window. This feature is implemented using the MARQUEE element. Not all browsers support marquees.
IE3+ scrolling text field
Usually a line of scrolling text created with Dynamic HTML and Java applets displayed on a Web page. Some Web browsers will not support scrolling text.
A region on a page that displays a horizontally scrolling text message.
Usually located at the top of an arcade machine, this is normally a back-lit colorful sign displaying the name of the video game. Marquees are designed to draw attention to the game.
Text that animates by scrolling across a screen. 2.19