HTML5 - Basic Exercises, Practice, Solution
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70. How to represent the progress of a task?
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>JS Bin</title> </head> <body> </body> </html>
Try it in the following editor or see the solution.
a. How to specify how much work the task requires in total?
b. How to specify how much of the task has been completed?
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HTML-CSS: Tips of the Day
How do I create a teardrop in HTML?
You can achieve the double curve easily with an inline SVG and the <path/> element instead of the <polygon/> element which doesn't allow curved shapes.
The following example uses the
- 2 quadratic bezier curve commands for the 2 top curves (lines beginning with Q)
- 1 arc command for the big bottom one (line beginning with A)
<svg width="30%" viewbox="0 0 30 42"> <path fill="transparent" stroke="#000" stroke-width="1.5" d="M15 3 Q16.5 6.8 25 18 A12.8 12.8 0 1 1 5 18 Q13.5 6.8 15 3z" /> </svg>
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