If application has long labels (triggered by large values of Min/MaxValue properties) and removes plus/minus buttons, then first and last labels can become partially invisible. Labels are center-aligned to their tickmarks and therefore their edges may go outside of bounds of control. So, edges of text can be chopped by overlow:hidden applied for main html element of slider.Slider exposes all sorts of css classes and allow to modify almost all aspects of rendering.Application may do one of the following:1. Increase widths of margin-elements which are located on left and right edges of slider. Labels will be center aligned to tickmarks, but that will trigger increase of control-width, or better to say, it will decrease the size of track-bar. To increase widths of left/right margins, following attributes can be used:width, margin-left/right, padding-left/right, min-width. Below sample uses width.
<ig:WebSlider ID="WebSlider1" runat="server" MinValueAsString="-123456" BackColor="Cyan" MaxValueAsString="123456" ShowPlusMinusButtons="False"> <Track> <CssClasses MarginCssClass="marginCss" /> </Track></ig:WebSlider>2. Move first/last labels inside of control using margin-left. That will not change layout of track-bar and its size, though labels will not be center-aligned to their tickmarks.
<ig:WebSlider ID="WebSlider1" runat="server" MinValueAsString="-123456" BackColor="Cyan" MaxValueAsString="123456" ShowPlusMinusButtons="False"> <Tickmarks> <CssClasses LabelLastCssClass="lastLabelCss" LabelFirstCssClass="firstLabelCss" /> </Tickmarks></ig:WebSlider>