Pure CSS Custom Progress Bar Using Html5 and CSS3.

Hello Dear Readers, Today In this Post, You will learn How to create a Pure CSS Custom Progress Bar Using Html5 and CSS3. Earlier I have shared an Awesome Button Hover Effects using HTML & CSS. and now it’s time to Pure CSS Custom Progress Bar Using Html5 and CSS3.

 

In a visual user interface, a progress bar is an indicator of a process. It can be used for various purposes including downloading progress, installation, skills overview, or visualization of an operation. Basically, the HTML5 provides a default progress bar (with <progress> tag) that not much attractive. So, in this tutorial, we’ll create a pure CSS progress bar with CSS3 animation.

 

Before going further, I would like to discuss a little bit about this CSS progress bar project. The final output you have seen on the below image, likewise on the demo page. Although this progress bar is not made up of HTML5 <progress> tag, however, its values can be fully controlled in JavaScript/jQuery.

 

The Progress Bar allows you to show your info or skills stylishly and attractively in a form of percentage bars just like the horizontal bar. It is a quick, easy, and colorful way to display your skills to your site visitors and content viewers.

 

The newest additions to both the HTML and CSS specifications allow web developers to craft beautiful and user-friendly components. Amongst those components, progress/loading bars can contribute to making your website more enjoyable to use for your visitors.

 

In this article on the webpage, here is one of the most relevant skill bar with the skill titles and their progress percentages. This skill bar is purely based on HTML & CSS only and this bar also has animation, which means when you reload your webpage, this skill bar displays horizontally with an awesome progress bar.

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If you’re feeling difficult to understand what I am saying. You can watch a full video tutorial given above in this article.

 

I use no images, just CSS3 fancies. Like a good little designer always does, they fall back to totally acceptable experience. Here’s what they look like in Opera 11 which supports some of the CSS3 used here but not all. As you might imagine, browsers that support no CSS3 at all will look similar to the above, only even more simplified.

 

The bar itself will be a <input > Within that is a <label> which acts as the “filled” area of the progress bar. This is set with an inline style. It’s the markup that will know how far to fill a progress bar, so this is a case where inline styles make perfect sense. The CSS alternative would be to create classes like “fill-10-percent”, “fill-one-third” or stuff like that, which is heavier and less flexible.

 

In the video, you’ve seen the awesome progress bar and their animation too. I hope you’ve understood the basic codes behind creating this program. If you’re a beginner in the web design field then you can also create this type of progress bars or horizontal bars but you must know basic HTML & CSS. In this article, mainly CSS animation and @keyframes properties are used to create an animation on these bars.

 

If you like this Animated Skill Bar and want to get source codes of this program. You can easily get the codes of this program from below two boxes and you can use this program on your projects, portfolio websites, and HTML pages.

 

To create this program. First, you need to create two Files one HTML File and another one is CSS File. After creating these files just paste the following codes into your file. You can also download the source code files.

 

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