Difference between revisions of "Template:Progress bar"

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{| style="border: 1px solid gray" cellspacing=1 width={{{width|75%}}} height=15x align=center
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{| style="border: 1px solid gray" cellspacing=1 width={{{width|75%}}} {{#ifeq: {{{header|yes}}} | yes | no | align=center
|-"{{#ifeq:{{{header|yes}}}|yes|no|
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  |+ '''{{{1|50}}}%''' {{{Text| completed <small>(estimate)</small>}}}
  |+ <big>'''{{{1|10}}}%''' </big> {{{Text| completed <small>(estimate)</small>}}}
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  |- }}
  |-}}"
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  |- style="height:{{{height|2}}}px"
 
  |- style="height:{{{height|2}}}px"
 
  | width={{{1|00.00}}}%; style=background:#7fff00|
 
  | width={{{1|00.00}}}%; style=background:#7fff00|
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|}<noinclude>
 
|}<noinclude>
  
{{Progress bar|100|Header=no}}
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{{Progress bar|100|header=no}}
  
 
== Usage ==
 
== Usage ==

Revision as of 16:58, 15 July 2015

100% completed (estimate)


Usage

{{Progress bar|<value>}}

This template draws a progress bar. The value to supply as the parameter is the percent, from 0 to 0.01 or 0.99 to 1 or 1.01 to 99.99 or 100. 14 would mean 14%, .14 would be 0.14%. If you don't specify a value, it returns 0%.

Optional parameters

  • height =
  • width = defaults to 75%
  • text = message to display after %; defaults to: completed (estimate)
  • total = amount to use as the denominator (instead of 100), allows the template to compute the percentage on the fly
  • header = no (or any value other than "yes", which is the default) suppresses the display of the percentage on the top line