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              <p>In Foundation 6.2, we introduced styles for <code>&lt;input type="range"&gt;</code>, the native HTML element for range sliders. It's not supported in every browser, namely IE9 and some older mobile browsers. <a href="">View browser support for the range input type.</a></p>

<p>It's possible to use both the JavaScript slider and the native slider in the same codebase, as the CSS selectors used don't overlap. Here's what's different about the native slider:</p>

  <li>Less markup: just write <code>&lt;input type="range"&gt;</code> and you're good.</li>
  <li>No JavaScript is needed, which guarantees it runs faster in most browsers.</li>
  <li>To disable the slider, add <code>disabled</code> as an attribute, instead of a class.</li>
  <li>No support for vertical orientation.</li>
  <li>No support for two handles.</li>

<input type="range" min="1" max="100" step="1">

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<a target="_blank" href="">Learn more about native input type range</a>



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  margin: 2rem;