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Styling Cross-Browser Compatible Range Inputs with CSS

The following is a guest post by Daniel Stern. Daniel shared with me a tool he created called range.css, which is for styling <input type="range"/>. This is one of those tricky things, because it requires a weird mix of normal standardized selectors and properties and non-standard and prefixed selectors and properties. I invited Daniel to explain all that.Read article