10 Best News Ticker Plugins In jQuery And Pure JavaScript/CSS (2022 Update)

by jQueryScript,

A news ticker plugin provides a horizontal, infinite-loop data display experience for quotes, breaking news, latest posts, featured articles, cryptocurrency prices, and much more.

This is not only for news portals but this can also be used for business purposes, portfolio websites, blogs and many more.

In this post, you will find the 10 best jQuery, Vanilla JavaScript and Pure CSS plugins that help developers to quickly generate scrollers for news ticker, stock ticker, post scroller and any other text-based content on the webpage. Have fun.

Originally Published May 16 2019, updated Feb 08 2022

Table of contents:

jQuery News Ticker Plugins:

Customizable Breaking News Ticker Plugin With jQuery

A responsive, flexible, customizable jQuery text scroller plugin which can be used for stock ticker, breaking news ticker, and much more.

Customizable Breaking News Ticker Plugin With jQuery

[Demo] [Download]


Responsive jQuery News Ticker Plugin with Bootstrap 3 - Bootstrap News Box

A jQuery and Bootstrap 3 based plugin for creating a clean responsive news ticker/slider that allows you to vertically scroll html contents with autoplay and up/down navigation support.

Responsive jQuery News Ticker Plugin with Bootstrap 3 - Bootstrap News Box

[Demo] [Download]


Feature-rich News Ticker With Controls - Acmeticker

An easy-to-use jQuery plugin to create horizontal or vertical news tickers with next/prev/play/pause controls.

Feature-rich News Ticker With Controls - Acmeticker

[Demo] [Download]


Smooth Horizontal Text Scroller - jQuery eocjsNewsticker

An easy yet configurable jQuery news ticker plugin which smoothly, horizontally, and infinitely scrolls through text blocks at a given speed.

Smooth Horizontal Text Scroller - jQuery eocjsNewsticker

[Demo] [Download]


Carousel Style Content Ticker Plugin with jQuery - Carousel Ticker

A jQuery plugin for infinitely scrolling an unordered list of Html content with dragging/swiping and stop-on-hover support.

Carousel Style Content Ticker Plugin with jQuery - Carousel Ticker

[Demo] [Download]


Vanilla JS News Ticker Libraries:

Minimal Text Ticker With CSS3 And Vanilla JavaScript – tickit

tickit is a vanilla JavaScript ticker library that uses CSS3 transitions to rotate through an array of text at a certain speed.

Minimal Text Ticker With CSS3 And Vanilla JavaScript – tickit

[Demo] [Download]


Marquee Like Horizontal Scroller with Pure JavaScript – marquee.js

marquee.js is a lightweight JavaScript library which allows to scroll horizontally and infinitely through html elements like the traditional marquee element.

Marquee Like Horizontal Scroller with Pure JavaScript – marquee.js

[Demo] [Download]


Smooth Marquee-like Scroller With Pure JavaScript – Marquee3000

Marquee3000 is a small, performant JavaScript scroller library which applies a smooth, configurable scrolling effect to any html content just like the obsolete <marquee> tag.

Smooth Marquee-like Scroller With Pure JavaScript – Marquee3000

[Demo] [Download]


Pure CSS News Tickers:

Create A Simple News Ticker using Pure CSS / CSS3

A pure CSS solution to create an automatic & nice-looking news ticker widget with pause on hover functionality and CSS3 based animations.

Create A Simple News Ticker using Pure CSS / CSS3

[Demo] [Download]


Create A Simple News Ticker using Pure CSS / CSS3

A pure CSS solution to create an automatic & nice-looking news ticker widget with pause on hover functionality and CSS3 based animations.

Create A Simple News Ticker using Pure CSS / CSS3

[Demo] [Download]


Conclusion:

If you’re going to take a look at any of the options above, you’ll notice that they all have slightly different approaches to design, user experience and performance. But again, if you want something that works well and looks nice, go with one of the ones at the top of our list.

Want more jQuery plugins or JavaScript libraries to create awesome news ticker on the web & mobile? Check out the jQuery News Ticker and JavaScript/CSS News Ticker sections.

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