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jQuery Slider from a Select Element

This jQuery plugin will take data from a select element and generates a jQuery UI Slider in its place, acting as a proxy to the select element (regardless of whether it is still visible, or hidden from the user). This means you can use the jQuery Slider plugin alongside other input elements in a form and submit or serialize the form as if the slider is not even there. This also allows the slider to work with or without JavaScript since the select element can be used if the slider is unavailable.

jQuery Slider Plugin

This jQuery Slider Plugin is successfully tested in Firefox 2/3, Safari 3, and IE 6/7. This plugin requires jQuery and jQuery UI Slider. It also uses the jQuery UI CSS Framework as well as one additional custom CSS file. The demo in the zip file includes all necessary dependencies.

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