Presenting information on the web can be a challenge, especially when you need to show more information than fits neatly on a given screen. This article presents a way to increase the density of information on the screen by rotating content within a fixed area dynamically. The popularity of rotating content areas indicates that users appreciate the value of having content on the page change dynamically. The trick is to change the content in such a way as not to distract the user. You can do that by limiting the area that changes, thus allowing users to view your content while simultaneously giving you a way to present more of the information that users crave.
Many Web sites possess an abundance of informationbut screen real estate is at a premium. One method for presenting a lot of information in a small space is to create an area that rotates content within your page. So, the problem is, how do you create a rotating content area?