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Revision 370591 of b2g-extras

  • Revision slug: User:Jonathan_Watt/range/b2g-extras
  • Revision title: b2g-extras
  • Revision id: 370591
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  • Creator: Jonathan_Watt
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::-moz-range-progress-lower ::-moz-range-progress-upper

The ::-moz-range-progress-lower and ::-moz-range-progress-upper pseudo-elements are intended to allow the range to act like the scrubber/seek-bar typically seen in <video> controls, where ::-moz-range-progress-lower might be used to indicate how much of the video has loaded, while ::-moz-range-progress-upper might be used to indicate how far through the video the video has currently played.

By default, the ::-moz-range-progress-lower and ::-moz-range-progress-upper pseudo-elements are display:none. Set them to display:inline-block if you want to style them.

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<h3 id=".3A.3A-moz-range-progress-lower_.3A.3A-moz-range-progress-upper">::-moz-range-progress-lower ::-moz-range-progress-upper</h3>
<p>The ::-moz-range-progress-lower and ::-moz-range-progress-upper pseudo-elements are intended to allow the range to act like the scrubber/seek-bar typically seen in &lt;video&gt; controls, where ::-moz-range-progress-lower might be used to indicate how much of the video has loaded, while ::-moz-range-progress-upper might be used to indicate how far through the video the video has currently played.</p>
<p>By default, the ::-moz-range-progress-lower and ::-moz-range-progress-upper pseudo-elements are display:none. Set them to display:inline-block if you want to style them.</p>
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