Edit the color of the original shiny's sliderInputs

## Usage

setSliderColor(color, sliderId)

## Arguments

color

The color to apply. This can also be a vector of colors if you want to customize more than 1 slider. Either pass the name of the color such as 'Chartreuse ' and 'Chocolate 'or the HEX notation such as '#7FFF00' and '#D2691E'.

sliderId

The id of the customized slider(s). This can be a vector like c(1, 2), if you want to modify the 2 first sliders. However, if you only want to modify the second slider, just use the value 2.

## Note

See chooseSliderSkin to update the global skin of your sliders.

## Examples

if (interactive()) {

library(shiny)
library(shinyWidgets)

ui <- fluidPage(

# only customize the 2 first sliders and the last one
# the color of the third one is empty
setSliderColor(c("DeepPink ", "#FF4500", "", "Teal"), c(1, 2, 4)),
sliderInput("obs", "My pink slider:",
min = 0, max = 100, value = 50
),
sliderInput("obs2", "My orange slider:",
min = 0, max = 100, value = 50
),
sliderInput("obs3", "My basic slider:",
min = 0, max = 100, value = 50
),
sliderInput("obs3", "My teal slider:",
min = 0, max = 100, value = 50
),
plotOutput("distPlot")
)

server <- function(input, output) {

output$distPlot <- renderPlot({ hist(rnorm(input$obs))
})
}

shinyApp(ui, server)

}