If yes how? and where to put the code?
Thanks in advance!
i’d need to see your code to know how to help you with your specific issue, but in the meantime this stackoverflow may hold your answer:
see also: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/DOM/window.setInterval?redirectlocale=en-US&redirectslug=window.setInterval
no you cant do it with ++ and — but you can do
var bar = 5;
var foo = (bar + 3);
and foo would be 8. Or for — you could use
var bar = 5;
var foo = (bar – 3);
and foo would be 2.
Actually I want to increase this script’s speed of 0 to 100.
What’s your idea?
in that case you could only change the setInterval number to a smaller number than 100.
If the number at the end
were to be 1000, then the indicator will increment every 1000ms or every 1 second.
You can adjust the increment speed with that.
100 = 0.1s
500 = 0.5s
2000 = 2s
Yes, that’s it.
Thank you Paulie! it worked.
Now, If I want to use multiple of this progress bars inside of one page what I should do?
When I put multiple progress bars in one page one of them works but the others not.
>If I want to use multiple of this progress bars inside of one page what I should do?
Don’t….I can’t think of anything more annoying.
What do you mean by saying this?
I have questions about web and will ask here because here is exactly the right place.
@AlirezaM, just change them to a class instead of id..
> What do you mean by saying this?
What he means, is that nothing is more annoying than coming to a website, and seeing 5 of these going on at different locations of the website…
The reason of doing this is that I show my costumers different colors of these progresses.
Now, I changed those ids to classes but the problem is I want to put them different percentages but all of them works exactly like first one.
I mean I give them for example : 10% , 20%, 30% and 40% but all of them work till 10%.
Try a little something like this: http://codepen.io/JoshBlackwood/pen/cqDib
Note: This is not the cleanest of JS. I wrote this in a hurry, as a proof of concept. Use at your own risk. ;)
But if you read previous comments I could change the speed by Paulie’s helps.
Now I want to use multiple progresses in one page.
Yes, that’s the question I addressed with my latest CodePen . . . it’s an example of multiple instances on the page, setting the percentage with a data attribute.
Now it’s working.
You noticed it’s not clean js, can you change it to be as clean as possible?
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