The advent of HTML5 is bringing with it a number of additional types that can be used with the
<input> command, such as
<input type="range">. Whilst this may be good news for developers, it is not so good for those who still have to work with older browsers, as this effect will only work natively in the most recent browsers.
Enter jQuery Tools' RangeInput, which makes the same effect available to all browsers (with the exception of IE5 and IE6, as the market share for these browsers is now so small that the lack of support for these two browsers will not affect the majority of your website audiences).
The jQuery Tools is designed to standardize the HTML5 functionality of