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    javascript scrolling text box

    I have a creditroll.class on a few websites and it's asking for viewers to click to activate the control. Once this happens your redirected to a different website. How do I get this to stop?
    I noticed that media college has a code for page scroll but didn't see any codes that I could possibly use for text scroll in a box. To view what I'm referring to please visit http://www.jcsasports.org

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    My browser does not require 'click to activate', but it seems when I click on it, it sends me elsewhere. There appears to be code, either in the java or on the page, to go to that site on click.
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    It's in the code. Not sure if I can delete it or not, and if so, what part to actually delete to make it still work.

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    For page or content scrollers I would suggest you looking at this site to get a more suitable script.

    But, one last thing: I've awared you might not be sure what is JAVA and what is JavaScript.

    Basically, a Java Applet is a program not intended to run on its own, but rather is supposed to live at some location in a Web page, similar to the way a graphic image might. On the otherhand, JavaScript is a script language - a system of programming codes, created by Netscape, that can be embedded into the HTML of a web page to add functionality. JavaScript should not be confused with the Java programming language. In general, script languages such as JavaScript are easier and faster to code than more structured languages such as Java and C++. Refering to your problem, I believe it is a JAVA file whose source you cannot alter successfully, so drop it - it is not your job.

    best regards;
    Last edited by kunter; 31st Jul 2007 at 01:25. Reason: Java .vs. JS
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    You can try to remove the link that leads you to another page. removing link will not harm the rest of the code and folks it could be either in javascript or vbscript.

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