Time gap slider

Posted on 2008-06-23
Last Modified: 2008-07-16
Hi there,
I want to have a slider on my site on which the user can define a period of time (begin end).
Does anyone know a javascript or jquery implementation for this?
Question by:ioustinos_sarris
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What do you mean an implementation for it?  What do you want the script to do?

What is the code for the slider or where did you get it from?


Author Comment

ID: 21908885
i dont have anything yet. I just want the user to have a slider bar with two sliding buttons on it, with which he could define starting and ending time for an event.
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ID: 21909371
Thanks for the response.  What type of time do you have in mind or what do you mean by define a starting/ending time?

The Dynamic Drive site has many premade scripts and probably a few like this.  One I found is .  You can click on the menu to the left to see other scripts in that category or do a search if the one above isn't exactly what you want.

There are also many other sites with those scripts if you are looking for some premade script.  I am still unclear on the effect you want and control you need so I can't really make a good search and suggestion for you without better details.  Hopefully the one above will be just what you want. :)


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Thanks, but this is not what i was looking for.
I found what i needed at

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