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comment Incorporating a range-slider in a form: jQuery UI or degrade to <select>?
Right, there are trade-offs with each option, and the real question is is it worth it to load the UI at the expense of speed & performance for just one component of the form. Option 1 would allow a slider across all browsers, but at the expense of the added weight of loading the jQuery UI and then perhaps needlessly (ie Chrome) rendering a range input. Option 2 is less bulky, but would not render a range input for a huge chunk of users.
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revised Incorporating a range-slider in a form: jQuery UI or degrade to <select>?
clarify wording
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asked Incorporating a range-slider in a form: jQuery UI or degrade to <select>?
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accepted Best form element to indicate level of completeness of a task?
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comment Best form element to indicate level of completeness of a task?
Yeah, I had planned on snapping it, giving it a range of 1-3, but I could just as easily give it an additional free-range scale (1-10 ?), making the played-completed-mastered just arbitrary descriptions. What do you think? As for the data, this is just something for the user to keep track of for his own personal use. None of this data will be aggregated.
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comment Best form element to indicate level of completeness of a task?
Right, I was hoping for a more subjective measurement rather than the more objective "how long they have spent playing a videogame". "Completed" means I've accomplished the main goal established by myself or the game itself (saved the princess, reached level 100 [of infinite], etc), but I haven't collected all the stars or I'm not among the best players. Or it could be that I'm fairly happy with what I've achieved, but I may want to pick it up again in the future...
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asked Best form element to indicate level of completeness of a task?