2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 15, 2008 1:03 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Sliders for CS3

    Level 7
      I'm looking for a simple "Slider" for an HTML page: a horizontal control
      from zero to 100 (as example" that can be "moved"from left to
      right/right to left with the setting exposed and showing and when the
      form is submitted a value is passed to the form.

      It seems like easy enough code -- does anybody have such a thing available?

      Thanks!

      Ross
        • 1. Re: Sliders for CS3
          Level 7
          > It seems like easy enough code

          The 'simpler' it appears on screen and/or the 'simpler' it is to use, likely
          the more complex the code is to make the magic happen.

          Fortunately, some of the complex .js frameworks have done just that for you.
          Jquery UI has one, for example:

          http://docs.jquery.com/UI/Slider

          -Darrel

          • 2. Re: Sliders for CS3
            Level 7

            "darrel" <notreal@notreal.com> wrote in message =
            news:gamebf$9jo$1@forums.macromedia.com...
            >> It seems like easy enough code
            >=20
            > The 'simpler' it appears on screen and/or the 'simpler' it is to use, =
            likely=20
            > the more complex the code is to make the magic happen.
            >=20
            > Fortunately, some of the complex .js frameworks have done just that =
            for you.=20
            > Jquery UI has one, for example:
            >=20
            > http://docs.jquery.com/UI/Slider
            >=20
            > -Darrel=20
            >

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            Thanks!

            I'm looking over it now.I'm sorry for the multiple postings earlier, but =
            I didn't have the new server address and the browser-poster seems =
            busted.

            From now on I'll simply be using the Windows mail/newsreader!

            Again, thanks!

            Ross