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Multi Range (Pro feature)
With the Multi Range element, you can give different ranges independently for the left and right sides.
The Multi Range element contains the following attributes in the Element tab:
- Name - Title of the element
- Description - Description of the element
- Minimum Range Value - minimum value that multi-range can take
- Maximum Range Value - maximum value that multi-range can take
- Range Step - shows the step to grow the range
- Range Unit - a unit value of quantity or number or price
- Default Start Value - the initially appeared number on the left side
- Default End Value - the initially appeared number on the right side
- Name of Value - You can put unit measures, such as kg(kilograms), gr(grams), m (meters), etc. You can also decide whether you want unit measures, for example, kg, to show on the right or left.
- Multiply (cost per value) - Enable it if you want the value a user inputs to multiply for the cost.
The Multi Range element contains the following attributes in the Settings tab:
- Currency Sign- any sign for the range of this element
- Hidden by Default - The element will be hidden until a corresponding condition is met
- Round Value - The value will be rounded
- Show in Grand Total - Disable if you want to hide the element in Grand Total.
- Additional Classes - Add extra classes to the HTML elements to further style changes
Now let’s build a property viewing calculator for a real estate agency. The calculator will have the fields to choose the district, type, extra features(number of rooms, benefits), and the date to look at the property. There will be a Multi Range field for users to define the range of the price.
Pay attention to the Maximum Range Value and Default Start Value & Default End Value. The Default Start Value cannot be higher than the Maximum Range Value.
This is how it will look on the user’s page:
You can set up Multiply (cost per value) when you want the value a user inputs to multiply for the cost. For example, if a book cafe wants to offer quarterly packages based on the number of books. The values will multiply by 1.5 to calculate quarterly subscriptions.
That is how the user will see the calculator: