I am trying to implement a vertical slider-like select list inside my views-exposed-filters as shown in the image below (on the left sidebar, vertical slider)

Vertical Sliders for Select list

I am using Drupal 7 and Views 3. I have tried Better exposed filters module but I don't think it has such a feature. How can I achieve this? (See updates below)


UPDATE: I have also tried Views Contextual Range Filter and Select with Style modules but couldn't get any of them working as desired.

UPDATE 2: One thing I have realized is, I am trying to show a an exposed filter for a term reference field, named 'Style' (based on a taxonomy term), so actually the field itself is not a multi-value field, hence it is not a select list. That is why Select with Style module doesn't work here. Is there a way to tweak my field/Views to make it work with one of mentioned modules?

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There is another module called Views Contextual Range Filter

Views Contextual Range Filter is a simple plugin for Views that adds the option to contextually filter not just by a single value, but also by range.


It seems you are looking for Select with Style:

Slide with Style, contains a field widget to enter numbers or list values via sliders when creating content and also to filter using this widget in Views. This includes double-handled sliders to input "in-between" ranges.

  • I have tried this module as well. But now that you mentioned here I will install it and try again. I think I just couldn't get it working before
    – Shamil.F
    Aug 13, 2014 at 7:09
  • Also, do you think Apache Solr Search module could be helpful for this situation?
    – Shamil.F
    Aug 13, 2014 at 7:10
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    @Shamil.F next time please list all the things you tried in your question. Providing solutions that failed for you is a waste of time - both your and mine.
    – Mołot
    Aug 13, 2014 at 7:10
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    @Shamil.F If you already tried that module, you should include that in your post Aug 13, 2014 at 7:10
  • Thanks for the recommendation, I know I should include it. it's just that it slipped my mind while I was going over what I have tried so far, since I removed the module after trial.
    – Shamil.F
    Aug 13, 2014 at 7:14

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