Overscroll is a jQuery plug-in that mimics the iphone/ipad scrolling experience in a browser. The plug-in adds a draggable drift to overflowed DOM elements as well as a set of fading 'thumbs'. OverScroll runs best on Safari 5+, Chrome 5+, and Firefox 3+ but should run just fine on most modern browsers.
Endless scroll is a jQuery plugin that can be used instead of the traditional paging system (page 1 of 10, next, previous etc) for large data sets. As we scroll down, with this plugin we can add additional data to display at the bottom of the page.
Smooth Div Scroll is a jQuery plugin that scrolls content horizontally left or right. Smooth Div Scroll does not limit the scrolling to distinct steps. There are no other buttons or links on outside the scroller since the scrolling is done using hotspots within the scrollable area, the mouse wheel or via autoscrolling. Unobtrusive and smooth is the key here.
Scrollorama is a jQuery plugin for creating eye-candy effects in parallel to the scrolling of web pages. By dividing the content into blocks, it simply lets us to animate elements on the page (when a block is reached) based on the browser window’s scroll position.
A cool jquery/css thumbnail scroller plugin inspired by the ones made in Flash. It works by cursor movement or next/previous buttons, has auto-scrolling feature and it’s simple to configure and easy to style through css.
jQuery Marquee Plugin converts a list element into an ESPN-style scrolling marquee. Messages are scrolled in from top or bottom (based on the yScroll option) and longer messages will then ticker to the left in order to show the full message.
jQuery News Ticker is a lightweight, stylish, easy to use and flexible news ticker to jQuery.
With this plugin, you will easily scroll overflowed elements, and the screen itself.
It gives you access to many different options to customize and various ways to specify where to scroll.
Lazy Load delays loading of images in long web pages. Images outside of viewport (visible part of web page) wont be loaded before user scrolls to them.
Using Lazy Load on long web pages containing many large images makes the page load faster.