Conclusion to sliders

January 13, 2010

Now that scripting the slider regions is done, we have a finished and functional slider for our forms.

This post is part of a series that guides you through creating robust sliders for your forms.

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Scripting the slider regions

January 12, 2010

Now that we have connected the slider to the form, we can provide some added enhancement by showing in bold the appropriate region description underneath the slider.

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Creating the sliders

January 11, 2010

When creating our sliders, the changes that we want to make are:

  • add an empty div to contain the slider
  • add some region descriptions beneath the slider
  • hide the input field

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Basic requirements for sliders

January 11, 2010

When scripting is available,  we can update the form to provide sliders for our questions. Before that happens though, we need to add the jQuery UI library to the head of the page, which does much of the slider work for us.

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Accessible slider alternative

January 11, 2010

The Introduction to sliders post explained that before we proceed on to using scriptable sliders, we need to ensure that an accessible version is available for when scripting is not used.

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Introduction to sliders

January 11, 2010

When creating a survey form, we may want to ask visitors how they feel about something, by using a sliding scale to indicate how they feel about things.

By making use of jQuery UI, we can provide some nice sliders for our forms.

This post is part of a series that guides you through creating robust sliders for your forms. Read the rest of this entry »