Hover-Carousel is a versatile and interactive React component that enables users to effortlessly view a collection of images by simply hovering over the container and moving their mouse horizontally. The carousel provides a smooth scrolling experience, enhancing the overall user engagement and delight.


Check out the live demo of Hover-Carousel in action: Hover-Carousel Demo


You can install the Hover-Carousel component via NPM:

npm install hover-carousel


Using Hover-Carousel is straightforward. Just follow these steps:

  1. Install the package in your project as described in the installation section.
  2. Import the Hover-Carousel component in your React application.
  3. Prepare an array of image URLs that you want to showcase in the carousel.
  4. Pass the array as a prop to the Hover-Carousel component.

Here’s a simple example of how to use Hover-Carousel:

import React from "react";
import HoverCarousel from "hover-carousel";

const MyImageCarousel = () => {
  const images = [
    // Add more image URLs here

  return (
      <HoverCarousel images={images} />

export default MyImageCarousel;


  • Hover-based Interaction: Users can effortlessly hover over the carousel container to view the images without the need for manual navigation.
  • Smooth Scrolling: The carousel offers a seamless and smooth scrolling experience, enhancing user satisfaction.
  • Responsive Design: The component is designed to be responsive, ensuring optimal display across various devices and screen sizes.
  • Customizable: Easily customize the carousel’s appearance and behavior to suit your application’s unique style and requirements.
  • Lightweight and Efficient: Hover-Carousel is built to be lightweight and efficient, minimizing impact on performance.

Contributions and Issues

Contributions to the Hover-Carousel project are highly appreciated! If you encounter any bugs, have suggestions for improvements, or want to contribute new features, feel free to open an issue or submit a pull request.


Hover-Carousel is licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for more details.


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