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Using the HTML5 meter Element

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Estimated reading time: 2 minutes, 30 seconds

The <progress> and <meter> elements are often lumped together, but they are quite distinct, and are used in very different ways on web pages.

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Using The HTML5 progress Element

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes, 30 seconds

Aimless browsing on the web is changing to a goal-directed activity: uploading a file, completing a , working through a lesson plan, watching a . In response, we need a more complex web UI: not just signifiers for visited links, but ways of measuring progress.

HTML5 addresses that need with the <progress> element. Like all additions to HTML5, the <progress> element comes with supplementary and , which I’ll also cover in this article.

Auto-Generate Marks on HTML5 Range Sliders with JavaScript

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Estimated reading time: 1 minute, 48 seconds

Most web developers don’t realise that HTML5 range sliders can display graduation marks along their length by using an associated <datalist>:

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