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Recently we had a forum post by Heiko in which he asked whether anyone knew a JavaScript or Java based newsticker. Actually I didn’t know any, so I decided to code one on my own. Personally I don’t like conventional newstickers because of several reasons. First of all they are quite questionable from a usability point of view — the scrolling text distracts the user from the actual content. Secondly most of the implementations are not accessible, since they either use Java applets or JavaScript that does not degrade gracefully. And last but not least most implementations take up an impressive amount of CPU performance. Design | Accessible JavaScript Newsticker Design | Accessible JavaScript Newsticker
jCarousel - Riding carousels with jQuery
Animated Collapsible DIV

Animated Collapsible DIV

July 3rd 09': Updated to v2.4, which supports a new set of "rel" and data-image" attributes you can insert into arbitrary links to quickly create link or image link togglers. Description: This script collapses any DIV on the page and lets users manually toggle its appearance via a smooth "Web 2.0 style" animation. It's a popular effect on many social networking/ comment sites. Three distinguishing features of this script are: