Webpage with Marquee HTML

We’ve got a feed from our calendar system which because of the way it work, we had to make in to a website on one of our servers so that it displays correctly.

I want to display it on our Xibo digital signage, showing 7 days and having it Marquee up. I’ve put this html code in
’marquee behavior=“scroll”; direction=“up”; scrollamount=“2” height=“500px” API /marquee
If I load it in Chrome, it works as it should. When I put it in Xibo, the preview layout works as it should, then only place it doesn’t work as it should, is on the board!


Is the client running Windows or Android or ?

If it’s Windows, have you tried with HTML5 compatibility (IE11 mode) enabled?

To do so, create the following keys & values in the registry.

HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\FeatureControl\FEATURE_BROWSER_EMULATION
XiboClient.exe = (DWORD) 11000 decimal

HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\FeatureControl\FEATURE_BROWSER_EMULATION
XiboClient.exe = (DWORD) 11000 decimal

Possible side-effect: depending on your layout design, this may break iframe transparency.

Windows client. We have Chrome set as default browser on these boards, does that make any difference?

I believe the client uses the IE ActiveX control to display content, regardless of what other browsers may be installed.

Putting in those reg keys made no difference I’m afraid.

Hmmm… sorry. Maybe one of the staff members will have a better answer.

If I take the marquee code out of it, the webpage does display. Seems to be an issue with the marquee part of it.

Do you have overlapping regions? Of so that would be the problem on Windows. Android does allow for this.