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How do I reset an HTML5 progress bar back with Javacript to its original look after it's been used?
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Question by:StarDusterII
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by:Gary
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How are you setting it?  Should be just a simple case of setting the value with javascript.
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by:StarDusterII
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Not really setting it with anything.  The only thing I have in css is progress { width: 100%; }

So, what value to set?
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by:Gary
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Then it should just  be a case of - are you using jquery?

$("#progress-bar-id").val("0")
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by:StarDusterII
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Not using jquery.  Here's what I'm using.  Basically, the progress bar is colored as the file is uploaded and when it's finished, I can't get the color back to it's original color.

<progress id="uploadprogress" min="0" max="100" value="0"></progress>
progress = document.getElementById('uploadprogress')
...
var complete = (event.loaded / event.total * 100 | 0);
progress.value = progress.innerHTML = complete;
...
progress.value = progress.innerHTML = 0;

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Apparently, you can't reset the progress bar too soon.  I set a timer for a couple of seconds after the file had uploaded and then:

progress.value = progress.innerHTML = 0;

That worked.
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by:StarDusterII
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It was the timer that made it work.  You can't reset too soon and no one mentioned that.
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