The other answers are correct, but they give no ideas for alternatives.
A very simple yet elegant way is how Apple or for example Crobox do it (or many others).
You simply present the content in a static order, letting the user scroll past as he pleases. No flashy animations, dancing carousels or other overload.
This works because the majority of other sites are the opposite and want to push everything into the user's face, to increase maximum information coverage, forgetting to give users space.
It's a little bit like the Progressive Disclosure pattern (only show essentials and once the user demands it, show more). As NN group says:
Websites have grown so complex that progressive disclosure is a good idea for many information-rich sites as well. Deferring secondary material is also a key guideline for mobile design.