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since 9.0.0


A multislider component represents a slider with multiple ranges. It includes sliderbuttons, which can be used to let user select a start value and an end value. A multislider accepts a range of values starting from 0 to a maximum value you defined. The default maximum value is 100. You can change the maximum value by setting the max property. Notice that the value of max property is always larger than the value of min property.


ZKComRef Multislider.png

    <sliderbuttons startValue="10" endValue="70"/>
    <sliderbuttons startValue="20" endValue="50"/>
    <sliderbuttons startValue="30" endValue="40"/>
  <multislider min="5" max="120" orient="vertical">
    <sliderbuttons startValue="5" endValue="100"/>
    <sliderbuttons startValue="20" endValue="50"/>



If the multislider is disabled, users can not drag the slider buttons.


Sets the orientation to either "horizontal" or "vertical" to display the multislider.


Sets the marks information for displaying value marks.

It supports Map<Integer, String>. The key is represented as the value of multislider, and the value is represented as the displayed mark label. It means that each value mark could be displayed in different text.


Sets the marks information for displaying value marks.(Default: "20")

By default the value marks are displayed every 20 starting from the minimum value. (if min is 0, then it displays "0 20 40 60 ...")


Defines the max value of the multislider. It can be changed by the max property as follows. (Default: 100)


Defines the minimal value of the multislider. It can be changed by the min property as follows. (Default: 0)


By default, the multislider will scroll to the position continuously when a user drags it. If you prefer to scroll a discrete fixed amount at each step, you can set the Step property.


The tooltip displays the value of slider buttons in multislider. If the tooltipvisible is true, the tooltips of the slider buttons would be always visible. (Default: false)

Supported Events

Supported Children

* Sliderbuttons

Use Cases

Version Description Example Location

Version History

Last Update : 2019/11/29

Version Date Content
9.0.0 November, 2019 Multislider was introduced.

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