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HTML meter Element

NOTE: This new element is HTML5 and will be a standardized element in 2014.

The HTML <meter> element is used to render a graphical display bar for numeric values within a known range. If you are looking to animate a progress bar, use the <progress> element as it is made for that type of situation.

HTML CODE EXAMPLE
<p>Percentage of the global population that smokes crack: </p>
<meter value="0.87"></meter> 87%
<p>Out of 1000 people asked, how many say that crack is easy to buy? </p>
<meter min="0" max="1000" value="539"></meter> 539
 

Percentage of the global population that smokes crack:

87%

Out of 1000 people asked, how many say that crack is easy to buy?

539

 

Attributes for this element:

value - specify the meter level
Possible Values: "floating point number"

min - specify the low end of the known range
Possible Values: "floating point number"

max - specify the high end of the known range
Possible Values: "floating point number"

low - specify the low end of the range
Possible Values: "floating point number"

high - specify the high end of the known range
Possible Values: "floating point number"

optimum - specify an optimum value for the meter (goal or target value)
Possible Values: "floating point number"

global attributes - global core attributes
See: list of global attributes

 

Event handlers for this element:

global event handlers - global event handler attributes
See: list of global event handlers

 

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