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This scrolling credits window is not something you see every day on the Web, but we thought it was sufficiently stupid to include. Created by BUILDER.COM producer Paul Anderson, it pops up a window with scrolling credits, just like at the end of a big-budget movie. (Note: This trick works only in Navigator 3.0 and later and Internet Explorer 4.0 and later.) SEE IT IN ACTION Step one: First, set the link to the popup window in your existing page. To do this, you need to add the following JavaScript to that page's : Password please It's about time Good morning Web surfers! Count your visitors Ladies and Gentlemen, choose your backgrounds Go for a scroll Would you like to sign my guest book? Roll credits! Red alert! Build better buttons Then add a link to this window somewhere in the body of your document: Want to see the credits? Click here. This link will open up a small popup window. In our example, the HTML document credits.html is being called for that window. You should either name the next document you create credits.html, or be sure to make the link consistent with the filename you use. Step two: Now create the document that contains the credits. This will be a standard HTML page; you can set the background as you would with any page, as well as the font colors and sizes. There are just a few things you need to add. This code goes in the of your page: You will need to adjust the number in the statement vPos%=1000, which determines when the credits restart. In our example, it's set to 1000. The figure you choose may cause the screen to reset before the credits are done, or the process may wait too long to start over, depending on how much content you put in the window. Play with the value until you get the effect you want. Step three: Add the following event to the tag of credits.html: Step four: Add the text to the page. To smooth out the scrolling effect, you may want to add extra space at the top and bottom of the page. Just add a series of