# Sliders

The v-slider component can be used as an alternative visualization instead of a number input.

# Usage

Sliders reflect a range of values along a track, from which users may select a single value. They are ideal for adjusting settings such as volume, brightness, or applying image filters.


# Examples

# Props

# Colors

You can set the colors of the slider using the props color, track-color and thumb-color.

# Disabled

You cannot interact with disabled sliders.

# Step

Using the step prop you can control the precision of the slider, and how much it should move each step.

# Icons

You can add icons to the slider with the append-icon and prepend-icon props. With @click:append and @click:prepend you can trigger a callback function when click the icon.

# Inverse label

v-slider with inverse-label property displays label at the end of it.

# Min and max

You can set min and max values of sliders.

# Readonly

You cannot interact with readonly sliders, but they look as ordinary ones.

# Thumb

You can display a thumb label while sliding or always with the thumb-label prop . It can have a custom color by setting thumb-color prop and a custom size with the thumb-size prop.

# Ticks

Tick marks represent predetermined values to which the user can move the slider.

# Vertical sliders

You can use the direction prop to switch sliders to a vertical orientation. If you need to change the height of the slider, use css.

# Slots

# Append and prepend

Use slots such as append and prepend to easily customize the v-slider to fit any situation.

# Append text field

Sliders can be combined with other components in its append slot, such as v-text-field, to add additional functionality to the component.

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