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In my sharepoint task list there is a field with a display name of % Completed with a name of PercentCompleted.

I am trying to get an XSL handle on this column so I can add a css class. I have put this is my fldtypes_custom.xsl file in the _layouts folder where Sharepoint picks it up automatically. My other XSL mods work, but this one won't take.

<!-- Convert Percentage Complete into progressbars    -->
<xsl:template match="FieldRef[@Name='PercentComplete']" mode="body">
    <xsl:param name="thisNode" select="."/>
    <xsl:variable name="currentValue" select="$thisNode/@*[name()=current()/@Name]" />
    <span class="percentprogress"><span class="hiddenpercentage"><xsl:value-of select="$currentValue" /></span></span>  
</xsl:template>     

So it seems like I just don't have a proper hook. I've tried changing the mode to number but that doesn't work.

Clues?

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AH! I got it! Funny how it happens that you find the answer after you give up and post a question.

I changed the mode to number_body and it hooked.

I also tweaked a few other things, in case anyone is looking for this. When you fetch currentvalue you get something like 20 % which won't compute in css. So you have to used translate() to remove the spaces. Also, you can't set the size properly using a <span> but you CAN do it with a <div>.

Here is a screenshot:

xsl+css progressbar

So here is a completely javascript-less solution to rendering percentage progress bars in sharepoint:

<xsl:template match="FieldRef[@Name='PercentComplete']" mode="Number_body">
    <xsl:param name="thisNode" select="."/>
    <xsl:variable name="currentValue" select="$thisNode/@*[name()=current()/@Name]" />
    <xsl:variable name="percentvalue" select="translate($currentValue, ' ','') "/>      <!-- Remove the space so just have the number and the % sign -->

    <div class="percentprogress">
        <div class="innerpercentprogress" style="width:{$percentvalue}"><span><xsl:value-of select="$percentvalue" /></span></div>
    </div>
</xsl:template> 

Here is the CSS:

/*progress bar rendering for percentages; percentprogress=background - innerpercentprogress is the actual bar*/ 
.percentprogress{
    background-color: #2572BC;
}   
.innerpercentprogress{
    background-color: #7F94AA;
    border-right: red 2px solid;
    padding: 2px;
}
.innerpercentprogress span{
    color:#FFDD00;
    padding-left:2px;
}

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