Creating an Accessible Range Slider with CSS

Programming - Mar 31, 2024

The accessibility trick is using <input type="range"> and wrestling it into shape with CSS rather than giving up and re-building it with divs or whatever and later forget about accessibility.

The most clever example uses an angled linear-gradient background making the input look like a volume slider where left = low and right = high.

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