Introduction – A feature overview


HTML_Progress2 is designed to display a loading bar in your XHTML documents during a long process. Progress bar may be synchronous (COMET) or asynchronous (AJAX).


  • create horizontal, vertival bar and also circle, ellipse and polygons (square, rectangle)

  • allows usage of existing external StyleSheet and/or JavaScript

  • all elements (progress, cells, labels) are customizable by their html properties

  • percent/labels are floating all around the progress meter

  • compliant with all CSS/XHMTL standards

  • integration with all template engines is very easy

  • implements Observer design pattern. It is possible to add Listeners

  • adds a customizable monitor pattern to display a progress bar. User-end can abort progress at any time

  • allows many progress meter on same page without uses of iframe solution

  • error handling system that support native PEAR_Error, but also PEAR_ErrorStack, and any other system you might want to plug-in.

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