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Posted on 2004-08-13
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Hi

I wanted to create a progress bar in this form wizard we use.

Basically there are between 3 and 7 steps in completing the wizard.  The number of steps is determined by a few things that the user answers up front on a form, from that point on, we then know how many steps in the wizard.

I want to display a progress bar in my page in a <tr></tr>

How can I do this on the client-side? Or should I do this on server side (Im using ColdFusion)

There are next buttons in our wizard, so I guess we could do it server side, but wanted to see if someone has a Javascript solution?

Thanks,

-West
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http://www.hotscripts.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi?bool=AND&query=progress+bar&catid=26

I would look at that first and see if you can modify any code to produce what you want. If you want me to modify a code for you, to put it up there I would. Personally, I would pick the following progress bar from the results above,

http://www.hotscripts.com/Detailed/9457.html

It looks the best and you can control it through and external function to increase the size of the status bar.

I hope this helps,

Take care

AJ
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