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Question: How to animate semicircle-like meter indicating elapsed time with HTML/CSS/JS?


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I am looking for a solution for how to go about animating the following image indicating elapsed time as you see below. To make it easier for explanatory purposes, I would like the animation to take place in 10% intervals (despite me showing the 67% image example.) In effect, the colored gradient you see in the meter would be revealed and perhaps unmasked at these different 10% intervals to show more of the colored gradient. Could I employ some sort of masking technique with a <div> and perhaps some CSS3 transforms? I have this image in different layers in PhotoShop so it is definitely possible for me to manipulate the elements. How should I go about doing this?

This is what it looks like at 67% complete:
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..and 100% complete:
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Question author Matt | Source

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There are some ways to do it.

The most used lately are with JS and canvas, but there are pure CSS3 methods too. All of these I will post use a complete circle but in your case, you can use as base and edit them to your needs.

JS/Canvas:

CSS3:

For more results, google 'css radial progress bar'.

Answer author Raphaelddl

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