Moo Slider - A Modern Image Slider with Advanced Effect

Moo Slider - A Modern Image Slider with Advanced Effect

Moo Slider is a modern, fully responsive image slider that brings a unique depth effect and interactive experience to your website. Delivers an optimal viewing experience on all devices, looks great whether it is a computer, tablet, or mobile phone.

With stunning gradient background and smooth image transition, slider creates a seamless viewing experience that is sure to engage your visitors. This design element complements the images, creating a harmonious visual experience.

It is built with efficient, clean code that ensures fast load times and smooth navigation. The user interface is intuitive, with an easy-to-use arrow button for navigating through the images.

Moo Slider comes with detailed documentation to guide you through the setup and customization process. We’ve made it as straightforward as possible, so you can get your slider up and running in no time.


  1. Modern Design:

    The slider boasts a contemporary design that fits seamlessly into any website template.

  2. Full Responsive:

    No matter what device your visitors are using, Moo Slider will look great.

  3. Smooth Transition Effects:

    Smooth Images transition with advanced animation effects, provides a visually engaging experience.

  4. Clean Code:

    Clean code ensures fast load times and easy customization.

  5. Gradient Background:

    The beautiful gradient background adds a touch of sophistication to your website.

  6. Easy Navigation:

    The next arrow button allows for easy navigation through the images.

  7. Cross-Browser Compatibility:

    Works flawlessly on all modern web browsers.

  8. Helpful Documentation:

    Comes with detailed documentation to help you set up and customize the slider to your liking.

Source and Credit

  1. Google WebFonts: Poppins
  2. Images:

Important Note

The images displayed in the live preview are not part of the downloadable package and are sourced from The download package instead contains placeholder images.