The connect setting can be used to control the (green) bar between the handles, or the edges of the slider. Use "lower" to connect to the lower side, or "upper" to connect to the upper side. Setting true sets the bar between the handles.
When using two handles, the minimum distance between the handles can be set using the margin option. The margin value is relative to the value set in 'range'. This option is only available on standard linear sliders.
The limit option is the oposite of the margin option, limiting the maximum distance between two handles. As with the margin option, the limit option can only be used on linear sliders.
By default, the slider slides fluently. In order to make the handles jump between intervals, you can use this option. The step option is relative to the values provided to range.
The orientation setting can be used to set the slider to "vertical" or "horizontal". Set dimensions! Vertical sliders don't assume a default height, so you'll need to set one. You can use any unit you want, including % or px.
By default the sliders are top-to-bottom and left-to-right, but you can change this using the direction option, which decides where the upper side of the slider is.
Boolean, formatter, Array[formatter or false]
noUiSlider can provide a basic tooltip without using its events system. Set the tooltips option to true to enable. This option can also accept formatting options to format the tooltips content. In that case, pass an array with a formatter for each handle, true to use the default or false to display no tooltip.
Set the animate option to false to prevent the slider from animating to a new value with when calling .val(). More details