joined:Apr 30, 2010
I'm currently developing XML/XSL to display a row of divs. The number of divs will differ each time and I want them to always be in the same row. Each div represents % of use, so it's essentially 1 div that contains 2 divs. A colored one on the left that takes up the % of use for that item, and a plain white div on the right to fill up the remaining unused time.
My xml looks something like:
and so on.
So I would like my xsl to take these 2 items, create side to side divs. The first div would contain 2 divs of equal width, the second would contain 2 divs with the first taking up 75% and the 2nd 25%.
My question is: Can I use XSL to tell these divs what their width should be? I can use the value of to get the usage number (percentage), but I'm not sure how to make that be the div width.
I'm not sure what to put in the ? areas. Or if there's a different way to do it. I know I can get the usage by this:
<xsl:value-of select="/item/usage" />
I just don't know how to inject it into the width!
Any help would be appreciated! Thanks for helping this xml/xsl newb!