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Applies only to Traditional Web Apps




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  • Set a value by dragging a handle within a configured range.

    Offer the UI control for letting end users select a value from a fixed set of options.

    How to use

    Place the range slider on your screen. On the pattern properties, you must select the minimum and maximum range values.

    1. Drag RangeSlider pattern into the preview

    2. Set the mandatory values

    Input parameters

    Input Name Description Type Mandatory Default Value
    MinValue Sets lowest possible value. Integer True none
    MaxValue Sets highest possible value. Integer True none
    InitialValue The value selected by default. Must be between min and max values. Integer False 1
    Step The increment value for each step. For instance, a step of 5 would make the slider jump across 0-5-10-15-20 and so on. The default value is 1. Integer True none
    ShowPips If true, displays the range values near the slider. The default value is true. Boolean False True
    PipsStepsNumber Sets the number of Pip Steps. Only applied if ShowPips is true. Integer False 0
    ExtendedClass Adds custom style classes to this block. Text False none
    AdvancedFormat Enables you to use more options than what is provided in the input parameters. To find more options that can be used, go to noUiSlider library. Example: { pips: { density: 1 } } Text False "


    Event Name Description Mandatory
    OnChange Event triggered once a handler is dragged and the value changes. True

    Return Values

    SelectedValue: Integer

    Layout and classes

    CSS selectors

    Element CSS Class Description
    Handle .noUi-handle It's the handle element. Use this selector to customize it (use also the :before and :after).
    Interval .noUi-connect It's the colored interval. Use this selector to change the color of the interval from zero to the selected value.

    Advanced Use Case

    Change the interval color

    Write the following CSS in the CSS editor and change the yourcolor to your color:

    .range-slider .noUi-connect { background: yourcolor; }

    Or use the CSS variable: var(--color-yourcolor):

    .range-slider .noUi-connect { background: var(--color-red); }

    Removing the || of the handlers

    1. Create a class .range-slider .noUi-handle:before, .range-slider .noUi-handle:after.

    2. Set the content to height: 0px.

    3. Publish and test.

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