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  • Resolved dande82


    Hi, I’ve two questions regarding the slider
    is there a way to show the min and max value of a slider as label at the beginning and the end of the slider?

    I used this code in the “instruction for user” field

    <div id="textbox">
      <p class="alignleft">$300</p>
      <p class="alignright">$2000</p>

    and it kind of works, but I’d like to have the two labels at the beginning and at the end of the slider.

    second question: is it possibile to make the value of the slider moving with the slider button? (to place it on the top of the slider button so that it slides too.don’t know if I’m clear).


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  • Plugin Author codepeople


    Hi @dande82,

    To display the values below the slider fields, you simply should insert the special text: {0} into the “Field Caption” attribute. If you have configured the slider as a range, you should repeat the text, for example: {0}-{0}

    Best regards.

    Hi thank you for your answer.
    I guess I wasn’t clear enough eheh

    I mean, is it possibile to show the min value and the max value as a label (under the slider)? I’m talking about a normal slider.

    (something like the one —> here and also, is there a way to show the value of the slider above the button (also like in the example mentioned above).

    thank you!

    Plugin Author codepeople


    Hi @dande82,

    I’m sorry, but the “Slider” control used in the plugin does not include these features, however, I consider that they are very interesting, and I will include them (or at least part of them) in the next version of the plugin. Thank you very much by your suggestions.

    Best regards.

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