What Is Marquee Element?
<Marquee> tag is a deprecated (non-standard) HTML element that was once widely used to create compelling scrolling elements (e.g. news/stock ticker, text/image scroller, etc) in tranditional websites.
With the development of HTML and CSS technology, the Marquee element is Obsolete and has been deprecated in HTML5.
In modern front-end development, developers can use CSS3 and JcavaScript to achieve this requirement.
Originally Published Oct 24, 2019, updated Jan 27 2023
Table of contents:
- jQuery Marquee-like Content Scrolling Plugins
- Vanilla Marquee-like Content Scrolling Libraries
- Bonus: Pure CSS Marquee-like Content Scrolling
jQuery Marquee-like Content Scrolling Plugins:
Marquee.js is an alternative to marquee tag, which is an old and non-standard HTML element, that causes text/image/element to scroll up, down, left or right automatically.
A simple jQuery plugin which makes you text scroll left, right, up or down automatically, similar to the traditional Html marquee element.
A simple jQuery plugin which makes a list of items scroll from right to left similar to the traditional marquee tag.
A well-known effect discovered more than 20 years ago by web developers. It was initially used as a creative technique for an eye-catching presentation of text and graphics.
Acmeticker is an easy-to-use jQuery plugin to create horizontal or vertical news tickers with next/prev/play/pause controls.
Vanilla JS Marquee-like Content Scrolling Libraries:
A lightweight Vanilla JS marquee library which infinitely scrolls through web content in RTL or LTR direction.
Bonus: Pure CSS Marquee-like Content Scrolling
A 3D text scrolling effect that scrolls a piece of text displayed horizontally around corners using CSS3 3D transforms.