Infinite Pages was designed for displaying large pieces of HTML data in more manageable chunks.
When the reader reaches the end of the page, the script loads more content.
It implements an ‘infinite scroll’ mechanism to load data, so the reader doesn’t have to load enourmous amounts of text / images onto the page all at once. This ensures a more comfortable reading experience for the user.
Infinite Pages works by ‘paginating’ your data, and then feeding that data to the user ‘on demand’. This technique is known as ‘lazy loading’, and is becoming more and more common on the internet. An example of infinite scrolling is Google Images, where content is loaded as requested by the user.
The script also works with images. That is to say, if your data has an