jquery.mb.valueSlider

Catch the value with your mouse!

jquery.mb.valueSlider let you set a range between two numbers (positive or negative) and catch a value by dragging a cursor.

v. 1.5.0

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Update for issue compatibility with jQuery 1.9

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  2. Giorgos
    Giorgos at · Reply

    Is it possible to use float instead of integers?I tried to add grid to 0.01 and start at 0.00 with Max value to 10,but the slider value label only shows the integers.

    Thanks

    1. Matteo Bicocchi
      Matteo Bicocchi at ·

      Hi Giorgos,
      Actually the plugin rounds the value so it doesn’t allow float; if you want to take a look at the code and try to modify it it would be appreciated. I’m going to get my holiday so I can try to fix it after the 20 of august.
      Bye,
      Matteo

    2. Giorgos
      Giorgos at ·

      Thanks for the reply,Matteo.Right now i have found an alternative library which does what i want.I am not too familiar with js and jquery so i can’t do it right now,it would be a good challenge after my current project is complete.
      Bye,
      Giorgos.

  3. Kraig
    Kraig at · Reply

    Is there a way to use text values instead of numerical values? I need to customize and skin a slider (option buttons would take up too much space), and yours seems to be the most functional I have found. Does yours allow for skinning?

    1. Matteo Bicocchi
      Matteo Bicocchi at ·

      Hi Kraig,
      Actually there’s no option for textual value; the skin is all in the CSS file; you can change it as you need.
      Bye,
      matteo

    2. Kraig
      Kraig at ·

      Would you allow for us to customize your code to work with text values?

  4. Sam
    Sam at · Reply

    Hi, with your “JQUERY.MB.VALUESLIDER”
    I cannot seem to get a “$” symbol in front of all digits on the slider and a “k” (representing thousand) after every digit.?????

    1. Matteo Bicocchi
      Matteo Bicocchi at ·

      Hi Sam,
      did you mean something like that?

      http://jsfiddle.net/pupunzi/ThEQN/

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