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A Slider With Shading

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I want to create a horizontal slider that has shading, so that it looks like the options are rounded.  This is a vertile slider.  How can I do this in CSS?

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Scott Fell,  EE MVE earned 2000 total points
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Try starting with http://threejs.org/
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by:DS928
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Good Site!  A lot of ideas.  Still looking for what I am trying to do.  What is this called?  That would be a good start.
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