On Sat, Feb 12, 2011 at 1:48 AM, Matt Sturgeon <email@example.com> wrote:
Well, the first example must be rendered by a server-side script or
something (or just be a approx image, like a network signal icon).
Oh, don't think so complicated. The following won't work in IE6, but
you could just use a "mask" image, with transparent scale, and just
use a colored background that will "shine through".
Both are plain and can easily be achieved.
Attached is the source,
Nope, no attachments on this list, they are stripped...
But for creating a progressbar, one can just use plain css (well, of
course depends at what time the values are read)
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