Using Sliders with the Scriptaculous Framework (Page 1 of 4 )
Particularly, among this group of drag-and-drop components that come bundled with the Scriptaculous framework, thereís a module that deserves special attention. It can be really useful when it comes to empowering the development of graphical user interfaces.
Therefore, assuming that you may want to learn how to include with minor efforts these DHTML sliders into your own web applications, over the course of this two-part series, Iím going to show you how to start working with them. I'm also to going to cover some of their most important features, such as the configuration of their additional parameters for displaying offset and range values of the sliders in question, and much more.
By the end of this series, you should be armed with all the tools required to integrate these sliders into any existing graphical user interface, without the need to waste your time coding complex DHTML routines.
With the preliminaries out of our way, letís move on and learn together how to use the robust set of DHTML sliders bundled with the Scriptaculous animation framework. Letís get going!